Capcom has an excellent year so far, thanks to major releases like Monster Hunter Rise and Resident Evil Village. Now, it's Capcom's turn to take the E3 stage to give players a sneak peek at new games and projects coming from Capcom. Here's everything that was announced at Capcom E3 2021 showcase.
The multiplayer game Resident Evil RE: Verse will go live next month, free to all who own Resident Evil Village.
Additional DLC for Resident Evil Village is in development
Thanks to the huge success of Resident Evil Village, Capcom has started development on additional DLC for Resident Evil Village. No other details were shared at this time.
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin
A new trailer was shown for the upcoming RPG Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, coming to the Nintendo Switch and PC on July 9. A demo for the game will be released on June 25th and your save data will transfer to the final game.
Monster Hunter content roadmap
A new content roadmap was outlined for both Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2 that includes emotes, outfits, and events for both games. The first Capcom Collab arrives on June 18th, with subsequent updates for both games in the weeks that follow.
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles
Join Herlock Sholmes and Ryunosuke Naruhodo as they solve crimes, examine witnesses, and build their court cases against the backdrop of Victorian-era Britain and Japan. Experience two great Ace Attorney games in one collection, complete with new features. The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is releasing internationally for the first time on July 27, 2021, for PlayStation 4. Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Capcom Pro Tour update
Capcom gave players an update on what's going with their esports division.
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