Capcom had withdrawn Resident Evil Resistance open beta from PS4 and Steam shortly after making it online on 27th March 2020. They cited technical issues for taking the game offline, as the players couldn’t find the game.
The Xbox One version of open beta remained unaffected by the technical glitches and remained available for play. However, on PS4 and Steam, the reports said the users were unable to set up matches.
Capcom withdrew Resident Evil Resistance open beta launch in Steam. The game’s open beta was available for download on PlayStation Store, but it didn’t work after they pulled it offline.
After three days of testing, Capcom has announced that the Resident Evil Resistance open beta is live again on PS4 and Steam. The players are expecting no more issues or glitches this time. Capcom has been modest in its tweet via which it made the announcement today.
Resident Evil Resistance is an online 1 vs 4 multiplayer sets in the Resident Evil residence universe, as the name suggests. You could either choose one of the four survivors, each with their cool traits. Or you could play the mastermind, the evil who can control an entire city and prevent the survivors from escaping.
Capcom has been cautious with its approach towards this new game. It had opened it as Project Resistance during the closed beta phase. Now it has pushed ahead with the open beta phase. The video game maker hasn’t announced if or when the game will be released.