You may be familiar with the game Resident Evil: Re:Verse. The fact that you forgot is not anything that anyone would fault you for. The multiplayer PvP title, which was first mentioned in early 2021, went through a few beta tests not long after, and it was expected to launch around the summer of that year. Although Capcom announced in July 2021 that the game would be postponed until 2022, the company then went entirely silent for the remainder of the year.
It’s been a while since Capcom provided an official update on Resident Evil Re:Verse, but it appears the game is finally getting ready to reappear on the market. The ESRB recently gave it a “T” rating, which could indicate that the game is getting closer to launch—or at the very least, that Capcom is getting closer to a point where it will be able to talk about it again.
The classification rating, which includes the PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and Stadia as target platforms, is noteworthy because the game has only been officially announced for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC platforms up now, according to the classification rating.
There is a possibility that Capcom will opt to re-release the game at the Summer Game Fest, which is taking place in June. Who knows what they were able to accomplish with all of the extra development time, but it’s likely going to be something worth keeping an eye on in the future. –