an event full of surprises

Capcom Showcase 2022: a great event

This summer is unforgettable, many software houses presented their titles that surprised most gamers. Yesterday it was the turn of Capcom with his presentation Capcom Showcase 2022, during the event the company showed updates on titles already released or announced as Resident Evil 4 Remake, Street Fighter 6, Exoprimal, Resident Evil Village and others. But that’s not all in fact the Japanese software house has also reserved some surprises.

Monster Hunter Rise: new content is coming!

The first announcement of the Capcom Showcase 2022 has brought together everything that’s coming up for one of its flagship titles namely: Monster Hunter Rise and its expansion Sunbreak which will debut on June 30th on Switch And PC. The presentation revealed that the traditional jungle area will return, along with some monsters from previous chapters. But that’s not all in fact the second half of the year will be brilliant for players of this title, as free updates will arrive starting in August until a date to be set in the fall. Finally it was confirmed that the demo of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak which will be available from June 15th on both platforms.

Collection and classic games

During the event Capcom confirmed that there will be news about Street Fighter 6. Still remaining on the fighting theme, the company announced the Capcom Fighting Collectionwhich will arrive on June 24 on console And PC with a rich offer that includes 9 games that is to say: Darkstalkers, Vampire Savior, Vampire Savior 2, Vampire Hunter 2, Night Warriors, Super Gem Fighter, Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness, Red Earth And Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition.

The Japanese software house also recalled that the second generation of the Capcom Arcade Stadium will debut on July 22nd on console And PCpaying homage to dozens of classics that will be available to relive the golden age of the arcade.

Exoprimal: new info on the project

Capcom took advantage of the event to show us the progress on his multiplayer game-as-a-service title Exoprimal (the game with futuristic battles against hordes of dinosaurs). During the presentation we were able to see the title in action, thanks to the scenes shown we learned that everything will revolve around an artificial intelligence called Leviathan which will accompany the characters in the form of a huge hologram or a drone, its role is to give orders, mark missions and provide information. Another essential part of Exoprimal are the Exosuit, which can be improved as you progress.

Finally, Capcom reported that it will soon carry out a test on Exoprimal’s network infrastructure and those who want to participate will be able to register on the official site.

Dragon’s Dogma: the return?

During the course of the event the Japanese company wanted to mention Dragon’s Dogma, his role-playing and adventure game that debuted 10 years ago now. The company confirmed that the June 16 a commemorative video will be unveiled to celebrate the first decade of the IP’s life, and it is expected that there will be a big surprise in store.

Resident Evil: a roundup of news

The Capcom Showcase 2022 ended with a lot of information regarding the saga Resident Evil. Starting with Resident Evil Village: Gold Edition, the definitive version of the latest installment of the franchise, which has already sold 6 million copies worldwide. In this edition of the title we will find a DLC story called Shadow of Rose focused more on terror and immersion, new characters for Mercenaries mode and the long-awaited third-person change of perspective for those who prefer it instead of first-person.

Resident Evil Village: Gold Edition will be available from October 28, although all of these contents will also be available separately for those who already have the base game. One announcement that surprised many was the return of KING: Versea multiplayer online experience that combines elements of the Resident Evil universe which is finally ready to debut.

Resident Evil

There was a brief mention a Resident Evil 4 Remake where the company has been assured that the essential elements of the original title will be kept, however the touch will be given that will make it the experience worthy of the new generation.

Finally, all the most recent titles in the Resident Evil saga, namely: Resident Evil 2 Remake, Resident Evil 3 Remake And Resident Evil 7: Biohazard are now available for PlayStation5, Xbox Series X | S and PC, offering a richer and more detailed experience thanks to the power of the new consoles. Remember that these updates are completely free.

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