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Online Re:Verse on Steam is catastrophically low – there are fewer players than in the 20-year-old RE1 remake


Newly released multiplayer action Resident Evil Re:Verseavailable for free with Resident Evil: Village, has fewer concurrent players in Steamthan a remake Resident Evil 2002.

In Re:Verse, players take on the role of various characters in the series and fight each other, and in case of death they turn into one of the monsters, getting the opportunity to take revenge on their opponent.

This is not the first time Capcom take the series online, however, players still seem to prefer the franchise’s traditional single-player experience.


According to Steam statistics, right now Resident Evil Re:Verse is being played simultaneously by 183 peoplewhile in the first Resident Evil – 362. Over the past 24 hours, Re:Verse has peaked at 275 concurrent players, compared to 436 for the RE1 remake. The old game also outperforms the new one in terms of all-time peak online – 4340 against 2115 у Re: Verse.

At the moment, Re:Verse offers only two maps: the Raccoon City police station from the Resident Evil 2 remake and the Baker’s house from Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, and given the low interest of the players and mixed reviews, the project risks being left without support soon.


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