The leaks have come true. The Resident Evil series is actually being expanded to include a multiplayer title called Resident Evil Re:Verse in which up to six characters compete against each other in deathmatches.
After the name and the first information about the new multiplayer game for the Resident Evil series were recently leaked, those responsible have now confirmed its existence. In the showcase that took place recently, there was a crisp teaser for the game that gives you a first impression.
According to Capcom, Resident Evil Re:Verse was created to thank the fans for the 25th anniversary. For all buyers of Resident Evil Village, there is an online title free of charge. This includes six well-known characters from the horror series who compete against each other in a deathmatch mode. Each match has four to six players and lasts five minutes.
Should you be switched off, the dead body will be transformed into a bio-weapon with which you can take revenge on your opponents. This will give you more points. In order to transform yourself into an even more powerful biological weapon, you have to find so-called virus capsules.
It is a game for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. So if you buy the new title for the PS5, you will still get the PS4 version of the multiplayer. As with other online titles, you need a PlayStation Plus membership in order to plunge into the scary horror matches.
How much Resident Evil Re:Verse will cost for the rest of the player base is not yet known. There will probably not be a real next-gen version. Playable characters include Leon S. Kennedy, Claire Redfield, Hunk, Jill Valentine, Chris Redfield, Nemesis, and Jack Baker can also be seen in a picture.
The special graphic style of the game is particularly striking. Take a look at the teaser trailer below.