The Resident Evil Re:Verse open beta is now live for everyone who wants to try it on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
The game, if you're not aware, is a free multiplayer game that comes with Resident Evil Village, which is set to release in May.
It features, "four to six-person survival horror revenge matches," in which you play as some of the series' most famous characters and wield some of the most famous weapons.
Latest - Beta Suspended for Maintenance
Shortly after the Re:Verse beta began, Capcom took it offline for maintenance so that they could fix matchmaking issues. They said:
It seems like the servers are back online now, but the developers state that issues could crop up again.
If more maintenance is the result, we'll be sure to let you know.
Since the Resident Evil Re:Verse open beta is only due to last for a few days, Capcom won't want servers to be down long. Maybe an extension is in the pipeline?
Resident Evil Re:Verse Beta Start Time
You'll be able to start playing the Resident Evil Re:Verse Beta from 2am ET/7am BST on April 8 until 2am ET/7am BST on April 11.
We'll confirm once the open beta is live and ready to play.
You can preload the open beta now on all systems. The beta will be playable on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam.
If you downloaded the closed beta back in January, you won't have to re-download anything, provided you've still got the original file installed.
According to the PS Store page for the Re:Verse beta, the file download size is 8.01 GB.
How to Download Open Beta
Rather than needing to pre-order the upcoming mainline RE game this time, anyone can download the Re:Verse closed beta from their platform of choice's store.
Simply search for Re:Verse and the free download should be available.
Once it is installed, you'll be able to jump into the multiplayer action once the beta is live at the times listed above.
Trailer & More Info
Below, you can check out the trailer for Re:Verse that was released back in January. We'll update you once a new trailer is released, which will probably be around when the beta goes live.
If you're looking for more on how the multiplayer game works, you can check out Capcom's website.
In short, though, it sounds like pretty basic and features standard deathmatch type modes.