Resident Evil Re:Verse Beta Release Date & Time

Capcom have announced the release date and time of the Resident Evil Re:Verse Beta. This special mode is a kind of bonus for fans of the series, as it celebrates its 25th birthday. Basically, it’s not much more than a deathmatch where you play as beloved Resident Evil characters, with a twist or two. If you’re wondering when you can play the beta, our Resident Evil Re:Verse Beta Release Date & Time guide is the right place for you.

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Resident Evil Re:Verse Beta Release Date & Time

Release Date & Time of Resident Evil Re:Verse Beta

The Resident Evil Re:Verse Beta release date and time is April 7th 2021 11:00 PM (PDT), or April 8th 2021 2:00 AM (EDT). That said, keep in mind that the downloads start from April 5th 8:00 PM (EDT) / 5:00 PM (PDT). The beta will end on April 10th 2021 at 11:00 PM (PDT), or April 11th 2021 at 2:00 AM (EDT). You’ll be able to play it on PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One, Xbox One X, and PC via Steam. In order to participate, you will have to have a CAPCOM ID linked to the hardware you’ll be playing on. Mind you, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S will support their respective current-gen versions.

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Now for what Resident Evil Re:Verse even is. As far as I understand it, we’re looking at a four to six-person deathmatch game. You basically have to earn points as you play, and the person with most points wins. Matches last five minutes. The twist is that, if you’re killed, you can turn into a Bio Weapon (like Nemesis, for example). Then, you can take your revenge and earn even more points while going on a rampage. Plus, you can gather Virus Capsules to become even stronger. It really is not much to write home about.

So, that’s what we know about the Resident Evil Re:Verse Beta release date and time. By the way, the game mode will be free for all of you how purchase Resident Evil Village. That said, the community is not exactly enthused about Re:Verse. They find it to be a throwaway mode that really doesn’t have much substance. And… yeah, I agree, it really seems shallow and unnecessary. I guess we’ll have to wait and see.

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