Resident Evil Re:Verse, the multiplayer spin-off from Capcom, has reappeared again after a recent listing by the European PEGI ratings board. The spin-off was originally meant to launch alongside Resident Evil Village in May 2021, but it looks like it might be released soon after all.
Resident Evil Re:Verse was recently listed on the European PEGI ratings board, suggesting that Capcom hasn’t entirely scrapped their plans for the mode. It went without any major updates for several months. The PEGI rating for the Stadia version popped up over the weekend before being spotted by Gematsu.
Re:Verse is a six-player deathmatch competitive multiplayer mode featuring a variety of characters from the history of the Resident Evil series. Capcom originally rated the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions a year ago, but this recent Stadia listing has some fans excited for its sudden reappearance.
Last year, players got a taste of Resident Evil Re:Verse thanks to a beta, though fan reception was mostly mixed. Several bugs and glitches were reported, leading to Capcom delaying the mode in order to “deliver a smooth gameplay experience”.
Since Re:Verse looks like it might be set for a re-reveal soon, fans are also hopeful that Capcom will announce the long-awaited DLC to Resident Evil Village too.
Elsewhere, Capcom are quietly working on several projects, including a futuristic dinosaur shooter called Exoprimal. The mysterious Pragmata also remains without any concrete details or gameplay, while it’s rumoured that they’re also working on a sequel to Dragon’s Dogma and the follow-up to Monster Hunter World.
As for the Resident Evil series, there has been enough evidence to suggest that Capcom are developing a remake of Resident Evil 4, which some insiders believe could be announced as soon as this year.