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Resident Evil Re:Verse DLC includes Village character Tundra and new map

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Capcom has released the first significant DLC drop for its survival horror multiplayer title Resident Evil Re:Verse — Focusing on smash-seller Resident Evil Village, the first roster addition sees the coming of Hound Wolf specialist Tundra, as well as a creepy new map from the dilapidated town itself.

Emily Berkhoff, better known by her call-sign “Tundra”, is one of the mysterious officers serving within Chris Redfield’s BSAA unit, Hound Wolf. Loyal to the cause, Berkoff administers her duty with cold, ruthless calculation. Berkoff rose through the ranks of the DEA to join the BSA as a drug and poison specialist — a skill which, as Tundra, she uses to deadly effect in the violent confrontations of Resident Evil Re:Verse.

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The new map, simply titled “Village”, focuses on the town square and its ominous Maiden of War centerpiece. The icy air and brutal, ragged stone environment will test the killing skills of even the most hardened mercenary… erm… Re:Verser. Offering wide-open areas of conflict, as well as plenty of waist-high cover, Village should offer tactical engagement options for all play styles.

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In addition to the arrival of Tundra and Village, two classic character skins have also been made available for purchase. The skins reflect series veterans Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine as they appeared in 2009’s Resident Evil 5, with Chris rocking his boulder-punching biceps, while Ms. Valentine dons her sleek, night-black bodysuit — sans gross, mind-controlling parasite. A new Premium Pass is also available for purchase, which includes tier reward skins for Leon Kennedy and the delectable Ada Wong.

Resident Evil Re:Verse is available now on PS4, PC, and Xbox One.


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