Resident Evil Re-Verse feature

Resident Evil: Re-Verse PC Open Beta begins on April 7th

Capcom has announced that the PC Open Beta phase for Resident Evil: Re-Verse will begin on April 7th. This phase will last until April 10th, and all PC gamers will be able to access and play it.

According to the team, this open beta will test the game’s system, balance, and servers. This isn’t a demo, meaning that unexpected maintenance may occur during its testing phase. Moreover, you’ll need a CAPCOM ID, and you’ll have to link it to your hardware before playing the open beta test.

Resident Evil: Re-Verse is an online multiplayer title, created as a thank you to fans for the 25th anniversary of the Resident Evil series. This mode will be available for free to all purchasers of Resident Evil Village. Additionally, it will feature beloved Resident Evil characters as they clash in six-person deathmatches.

Resident Evil: Re-Verse will release alongside Resident Evil Village on May 7th!

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