Resident Evil Re:Verse is a multiplayer action game developed and publisher by Capcom.
It features characters, monsters, and locations from several Resident Evil games in PvP multiplayer matches.
The PvP multiplayer shooter was originally supposed to launch alongside Resident Evil Village, but has now faced a second delay.
The PvP multiplayer game's launch won't be too far behind Village's, it seems.
On PS4 and Xbox One, those who have already downloaded the beta's client will be able to participate.
The beta went open earlier in the week.
Capcom's next Resident Evil Showcase will have "other surprises" as well.
The beta begins tomorrow and will be live for the next three days.
PS4, Xbox One, and PC players can test the multiplayer title early.
Meanwhile, Re:Verse comes in at 15 GB.
The upcoming PvP multiplayer title receives plenty of new gameplay footage.
The game will come free with Village.
Details indicate this to be the next multiplayer mode for Resident Evil.
The move comes a day before the game's big showcase.
It seems to be similar to what Activision has been doing with Warzone.