Capcom talks about Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak, future DLCs for Resident Evil Village, and Street Fighter / Mega Man anniversaries.
With 2022 just beginning, the main studios in the video game industry are preparing to launch their new games and products. It is the case of Capcom, who wants to give it all this new year.
The latest financial reports from the company indicate that Monster Hunter and Resident Evil are still its most successful IPs, but Capcom also wants to rescue old glories like Mega Man or Street Fighter.
Capcom’s immediate future (via Siliconera) goes through improve content and structures from Monster Hunter Rise and Resident Evil Village, two of his greatest hits from last year 2021.
The eighth main installment of Resident Evil left a very good feeling (not in vain, it was the GOTY for Steam), and Capcom is already preparing various bonus content to extend the plot of the game.
During the past year it was confirmed a story DLC for Village, which will be released this year on all platforms. In addition, the company has confirmed that there are more news on the way for survival horror.
Of course, at the moment we do not know when they will be available. The possibility of advertising continues in the air a third Revelations, with the Resident Evil 4 remake in limbo and hopes for Code Veronica fading (although fans are creating a remake).
As for Monster Hunter Rise, don’t forget that the next 12th of January is launched the PC version of the title. Likewise, in summer the Sunbreak expansion will arrive, similar to Iceborne for MH World.
Capcom recently confirmed that they will release more details on Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak in the spring. This expansion will launch simultaneously on PC and Nintendo Switch.
What about the more classic Capcom sagas? We talk about heavyweights like Mega Man and Street Fighter, which this year celebrate their 35th anniversary… with no news in sight.
Rumors place the announcement of Street fighter 6 for this year, although for now Capcom has not confirmed anything. This comes from the data breach that occurred during 2021.
On the horizon, and with great expectations, a glimpse of Pragmata. Capcom’s enigmatic game will arrive on PS5, Xbox Series X | S and PC in 2023, following the recent delay announced by the company.