Originally not released to coincide Resident Evil Village’s, Resident Evil: ReVerse is finally launching out next month.
Resident Evil: ReVerse was meant to be the free add-on to the recently-released Resident Evil Village. Essentially, as it’s multiplayer component, similar to how Resident Evil Resistance was the multiplayer game for Resident Evil 3 Remake.
Although the game had technically been playable as part of a testing, the game has not officially launched to this day. This means that those videos circulating the internet involving ReVerse’s gameplay are dated at best and were subject for improvements.
As for the multiplayer game itself, it will feature a co-op deathmatch game among players of six. Each team is consistent of familiar Resident Evil figures; Leon Kennedy, Jill Valentine, and Ada Wong, but comes with a twist. Killing a player does not necessarily result to death, but rather forces a shift to an undead form. Only when a mutated player is killed does death takes place.
Meanwhile, players who manage to endure as an undead can lead to evolutions that give rise to higher-tier mutant forms. Subsequently, introducing the likes of Nemesis and Tyrant into the field.
Aside from popular personas, the multiplayer game will also feature notable maps from across the entire franchise.
Resident Evil: ReVerse officially releases next month on consoles and PC.