Resident Evil Village will get a multiplayer game called RE:Verse

The heroes and bad guys of the Citizen Evil franchise will square off in mortal battle in Citizen Evil Re:Verse, a brand-new multiplayer deathmatch video game, Capcom revealed Thursday throughout its Citizen Evil Display discussion.

Citizen Evil Re:Verse will be launched along with Citizen Evil Town in May, and will be totally free to owners of that video game. Gamers will fight each other in third-person as Jill Valentine, Claire Redfield, Leon S. Kenney, Bane, Hunk, Chris Redfield, Ada Wong, and Jack Baker, in a fight arena that seems based upon the Raccoon City Authorities Department from 2018’s Citizen Evil 2 remake.

In addition to human-controlled challengers, it appears Re:Verse will likewise toss AI-controlled beasts like the Hunter Gamma from Citizen Evil 3 and Formed from Citizen Evil 7 at gamers. A quick gameplay teaser reveals that Re:Verse will utilize elegant, cel-shaded graphics to distinguish itself from the more photorealistic Citizen Evil video games of the previous couple of years.

Capcom manufacturer Tsuyoshi Kanda stated that Re:Verse is among the methods the business is commemorating the Citizen Evil franchise’s 25th anniversary. A closed beta test for the multiplayer video game is prepared to begin on Jan. 28 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gamers. Applications are presently open for that beta.

The Citizen Evil franchise has actually been fodder for a range of multiplayer video games throughout the years, which have actually varied from cherished (Citizen Evil Break Out) to commonly panned (Umbrella Corps). Capcom tried a brand-new kind of Citizen Evil multiplayer with in 2015’s Citizen Evil: Resistance, a cooperative/competitive online video game that delivered with the Citizen Evil 3 remake.

Citizen Evil Town will be launched worldwide on May 7, 2021, for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.