Resident Evil Re:Verse Open Beta Runs April 7 to 11

Resident Evil Re:Verse

Capcom have announced an open beta and its date for upcoming online multiplayer shooter Resident Evil Re:Verse. 

As previously reported; the game features characters from across the series in four to six player 5-minute deathmatches, where defeated players can turn into terrifying bioweapons. Collect more virus capsules to turn into an even worse beast when killed, and slaughter your enemies.

A closed online multiplayer beta was announced before the game itself was, and now the dates for the open beta have been confirmed for April 7th to April 11th; on Windows PC (via Steam), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game itself will also be free to those who buy Resident Evil Village.

Those who played the closed beta need only download an automatic update, otherwise pre-loading begins April 5th. Capcom advises “Newcomers should also register a Capcom ID today so that you’re all set for the open beta once it begins!” Playable characters include Chris and Claire Redfield, Jill Valentine, Ada Wong, and Hunk; all with unique weapons and skills. The bioweapons that players can turn into include Jack Baker and Nemesis.

You can find the rundown (via the official website) below.

A fight to the death that all Resident Evil fans can enjoy!

In Resident Evil Re:Verse you can test your skills against other players in four to six-person deathmatch battles. Play as beloved characters from the Resident Evil series and turn the tides of battle with powerful bioweapons.

Take part in 5-minute Deathmatches, where the player with the most points wins! Use the weapons and items you find to take down even more powerful enemies!

Turn the Tides with Bioweapon’s Revenge!

When your character is taken out, their body transforms into a powerful bioweapon which can be used against other players. Pick up multiple Virus Capsules to transform into even stronger bioweapons. Getting revenge with a bioweapon is also a great chance for more points!



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