Capcom just hosted its presentation from Tokyo Game Show, and the Japanese developer had a lot to share about its upcoming games and DLC.
If you didn't manage to watch it live, you can find all the announcements and trailers here, ready for your perusal.
Without further ado, let's get into the news!
We start hot with a new trailer of Dragon's Dogma 2, alongside a message from director Hideaki Itsuno who presented new gameplay introducing the four vocations.
We get to see the fighter, the archer, the mage, and the thief, alongside some rather fearsome monsters and additional special vocations that you can unlock as you play, the Mystic Spearhand and the Magick Archer.
Next, we take a look at Resident Evil 4 , the Separate Ways DLC, and the free update The Mercenaries, which has already been released.
On top of that, Capcom shared a look at the VR update for Resident Evil 4 and the Mac and iPad versions, which are coming down the line.
You can watch the Resident Evil segment on the original livestream since it wasn't published separately.
We change genre completely with Apollo Justice Ace Attorney Trilogy, with a trailer presenting the various characters. We even get a release date on January 25, 2024, for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Digital pre-orders will come in the fall.
Moving in to Monster Hunter, Capcom showcased the next update of Monster Hunter Now by Niantic, on top of the art to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the series, which will happen in March.
You can find the segment on the recording of the original livestream and the anniversary artwork below.
Next on the menu, is Title Update 2 coming for Exoprimal, with a new mode, new rigs, and more. It's coming on October 18 alongside with Season 2 and its survival pass.
Title Update 3 is coming in January 2024.
Street Fighter 6 provides a look at the gameplay of A.K.I., who will be released on September 27. A look at upcoming updates was also shared.
You can take a look at the Street Fighter 6 segment on the original livestream.