Capcom has had some issues in recent times, most notably the big hack it suffered last year, but one of the areas that has gone very well is gaming. So far this year, Monster Hunter: Rise and Resident Evil Village have been released to the acclaim. The golden age continues.
Obviously, this is the perfect time for Capcom to announce a new Dragon & # 39; s Dogma (or God Hand, if we dream), but its E3 event looks set to be focused on smaller updates. The showcase now has a set time: Monday, June 14, at 2:30 PM / 5:30 PM ET / 1:30 AM BST).
Join the Capcom showcase at # E32021 for news on our latest line of games, including: 🗯 The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles🥚 Monster Hunter Stories 2🐉 Monster Hunter Rise🏰 Resident Evil Village📅 June 14th at 14:30 PDT pic.twitter. com / X1K882Ew8fJune 8, 2021
Capcom doesn't exactly send the big players here: most of these games are already available, so they will be the ongoing support plans in the case of Rise and any DLC that comes to Village: Capcom's leak suggested that the DLC of the latter would be multiplayer-oriented, which is interesting to think about. The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is a pre-existing (but excellent) series of games set in Victorian London that will be released on July 27th. Monster Hunter Stories 2 will also be released on PC in July.
The real question is what holds Capcom back. A good bet would be another look at Resident Evil Re: Verse, a multiplayer shooter set in this universe.
Maybe Capcom will have one or two surprises in store, like another vision of the mysterious Pragmatist (this project may have been renamed "Shield")? Or the famous Dragonma Dogma 2? Even an announcement of Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition for PC would be welcome. Anything Capcom has for PC, you can read here.