Resident Evil Re:Verse has been delayed to Summer 2021, according to Capcom's official website for the game. It was originally scheduled to arrive May 7, the same day as Resident Evil Village.
Resident Evil Re:Verse Delayed to Summer 2021
Re:Verse is set to be a standalone multiplayer title to accompany Village's single-player experience. Players will receive the multiplayer game for free with a Village purchase.
In Re:Verse, Six players choose characters from the Resident Evil series then fight in a deathmatch. A beta earlier this year gave players a brief preview of the game, but the beta was shut down early amid matchmaking problems.
It's possible problems discovered during the beta led to the release date delay, but Capcom hasn't made any reasoning public.
Resident Evil Village is still set for release May 7. Capcom extended availability for the game's final demo earlier this week after fan outcry.