Umbrella Corps is a Resident Evil spinoff created by Capcom. The idea behind the release was to give RE fans a place where they can combat each other in an interesting multiplayer mode of the famous franchise.
The game should’ve been released in early 2016, but it seems like Capcom decided to delay Umbrella Corps for a while.
After an initial release date set for the first two months of 2016, the game development company behind Umbrella Corps announced how the game will be available worldwide in the middle of April, but it seems like the final version is still a little bit off.
The latest date set for the release of Umbrella Corps is in the period between May 1st and June 21st, which is around half a year more than anyone expected.
The sole reason why Umbrella Corps waits so long for its release is because Capcom wanted to achieve maximum quality and provide the ultimate Resident Evil multiplayer experience to its fans.
This can be seen as a noble move by the company, but it can also mean that they’ve done something wrong and can’t find a way how to fix it.
It’s highly unlikely how new content will be added to the title because the possible release date is so close, and it’s logical to assume how Capcom will release more than one Umbrella Corps patches over the next year or so, giving players a reason to buy that season pass.
One of the main reasons why fans crave for the release of Umbrella Corps is the level of customization achieved in the game.
The game will be released on 21st of June the latest, if all goes according to Capcom’s schedule, and it will be available for PC and PlayStation 4 users. The price for Umbrella Corps is set at $30, which makes it one of the cheapest top game expansions on the market.