The PvP deathmatch multiplayer title Resident Evil Re:Verse might not be a game many are keenly anticipating, especially with Village launching soon, but the game at least has an interesting enough premise for series fans to be eyeing it with some curiosity. Capcom recently held an open beta for the game to give players a chance to jump in and see how it’s shaping up, but matchmaking issues turned out to ruin the fun for a large number of people.
Thankfully, Capcom is going to give it another shot. The company has confirmed on Twitter that an additional beta period of the game will be held imminently. It will go live tomorrow, on April 14 at 3 PM JST (which would be 11 PM Pacific Time), and will remain live until April 16 at the same time.
On PS4 and Xbox One, only those who have already downloaded the previous beta’s client will be able to participate. However, on Steam, even new players can participate in the additional beta test.
Resident Evil Re:Verse will be free for anyone who purchases Resident Evil Village, which launches on May 7. New details and gameplay footage on both games will be shared soon, on April 15, in a new Resident Evil Showcase. A second for the latter is also likely to go live very soon.
In additional beta test
・PlayStation4/Xbox One: Those who have already downloaded the game
Steam: After downloading the game from the store, even new players can participate
The conditions for participation have changed since last time: #REVERSE
— Resident Evil Re:Verse official (@BIO_REVERSE) April 13, 2021