Long-delayed Resident Evil Re:Verse may actually be on the way

Resident Evil Re:Verse may still be on track for a 2022 release, though developer Capcom is completely silent after a series of delays.

As Gematsu announced on Twitter (below), the Google Stadia version of Re:Verse – the PvP game originally planned for Resident Evil: Village – has been rated by the European ratings body PEGI.

Although Capcom hasn’t confirmed a release window other than “this year”, a rated game usually means that a relatively complete version has been presented and is therefore not too far from release.

The PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions were rated exactly one year earlier (on May 7th), but that was also the release date of Resident Evil: Village, and Re:Verse was originally intended to be a multiplayer mode within that game.

While nothing is officially confirmed until Capcom announces it themselves, the rating suggests that at least progress is being made on Re:Verse.

The game was first announced in January last year before being pushed back to summer 2021 three months later. In July, two months after the original planned release date, Capcom announced that Re:Verse had been pushed back to 2022 “to allow the team to continue working to deliver a smooth gaming experience.”

Although the developer promised to release updates at a later date, virtually nothing has been said about Re:Verse since the delay.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally thinks about tweeting @thelastdinsdale. He’ll be talking about The Witcher all day.

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