capcom spotlight round up

Everything Announced At The Capcom Spotlight 2023

Some decent stuff.

Capcom just aired its Capcom Spotlight presentation this morning, bringing new updates on some of its future slate of games.

The 26-minute presentation covered games such as Resident Evil 4, Exoprimal and Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection. Here’s everything that was announced:

Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection

A new trailer for the upcoming Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection, showing off new collectible card content and modes. Check it out:

Street Fighter 6

Capcom announced the final in-game commentator, Hikaru Takahashi, for its upcoming Street Fighter sequel. The game continues to look spectacular, and the wait isn’t much longer now with launch happening on June 2nd for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

Capcom Pro Tour 2023

The 2023 season of Capcom Pro Tour will feature Street Fighter 6, and the first place winner of Capcom Cup is looking at a hefty $1 million USD prize.

Capcom Town

Capcom is opening a “digital theme park” called Capcom Town to celebrate its 40th anniversary on June 12, 2023.

Exoprimal

Exoprimal finally got a release date of July 14th for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC. It’s also getting an open beta test from March 17th to March 19th and the game is also set to come to Xbox Game Pass:

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Ghost Trick Phantom Detective

Ghost Trick makes its return on June 30th this year, for PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC. It’ll have updated visuals and newly-arranged versions of all of the music from the original, from The Great Ace Attorney’s Yasamusa Kitagawa:

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak

The huge expansion to Monster Hunter Rise is coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC on April 28. Take a look at a new trailer:

Resident Evil Death Island

A short trailer for Resident Evil Death Island (whatever that is) gave us a look at Jill (whoever that is… just kidding)

Resident Evil 4

A demo for Resident Evil 4 is coming today to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S and PC. It’ll take players through the opening portions of the game and won’t impose any limit on how many times they can play it or how long for: