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Resident Evil Re:Verse has been postponed until 2022

 When Capcom released Resident Evil Village in May, the online multiplayer experience Resident Evil Re: Verse, which was supposed to be included with the game, wasn't quite ready. It was pushed back to the summer – specifically, July – but now we discover that Capcom will require even more time to work out the kinks.

Resident Evil Re: Verse has been pushed back to 2022, according to the official Resident Evil Twitter account, to give the production team more time to provide a "smooth gaming experience." We've been assured that further information on the modified launch will be released at a later date.

Along these lines, we're taking a gander at a five-month delay, at least. Capcom didn't give a particular date in 2022, so as far as we might be aware, it probably won't drop until December 2022. 

Fortunately Resident Evil Re: Verse is a gift that came close by the acquisition of Resident Evil Village, so it's anything but like purchasers are out any extra cash. 

Addressing that, Capcom suggested that gamers monitor the download code they got with Village. Best yet, you can feel free to add it to your record now so the game will be prepared to play when it dispatches one year from now.

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