Umbrella Corps, the Resident Evil themed third-person shooter, has been delayed according to a post on the Capcom Unity website. The shooter was originally set to be released in May, but has been pushed back to June 21st because the developer wanted to “spend some extra time optimizing the game to bring you the best experience possible.”

This announcement was paired with a new trailer which can be seen below that shows off the customization featured in Umbrella Corps. Customization costs points which are earned by eliminating opposing forces in the game and can be used to “unlock parts to customize your mask, helmet, shoulder armor, body armor, and Zombie Jammer parts.”

“Players can swap out different designs of their zombie-nullifying backpack,” Capcom said. “You can also express your inner merc by plastering your body armor with awesome decals like B.S.A.A. patches, Umbrella logos, and deep cuts like the Spencer Family crest.”

Umbrella Corps is scheduled to launch June 21st on PS4 and PC.

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