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Capcom Showcase announced for June 14; here is everything we can expect

Capcom Showcase would mainly focus on previously announced titles. Find out the event time, duration, and more below.

Capcom has announced a digital showcase. Capcom will host the live stream at 3:30 AM IST on June 14. Capcom will be streaming the showcase on their Twitch and YouTube channels. The publisher said the digital showcase would focus on previously announced titles. Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming gaming showcase from Capcom including the expected announcements.

Capcom Showcase details

Capcom is yet another publisher set to host its own gaming showcase in the absence of E3 this year. E3 usually took place in June and the void during this period is being filled by events such as Summer Game Fest and Xbox & Bethesda showcase. Capcom’s showcase joins a list of publisher showcases including Devolver Direct 2022 by Devolver Digital and Wholesome Games Direct by Wholesome Games among more.

The Capcom Showcase will be roughly 35 minutes long, as per the publisher, and it will feature news and updates about the publisher’s current and future projects. Capcom Showcase's official website shows Resident Evil 4 and an expansion to Monster Hunter Rise called Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak as the featured games for the showcase. 

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is the upcoming expansion pack for Monster Hunter Rise. The new expansion pack will feature improved gameplay and combat mechanics. There will be new monsters included as well as hunting locales. A new difficulty level in the form of Master Rank quests has also been announced for the game. Capcom Showcase will feature more details about the upcoming expansion from the looks of it.

Resident Evil 4 remake

Resident Evil 4 remake was recently announced at Sony State on Play on June 4. Capcom is currently developing a remake of the iconic game that featured protagonist Leon trying to save US President’s daughter Ashley Graham. Capcom will be retelling the story with improved graphics for next-gen consoles and PC. Capcom Showcase will look to provide a “fresh new look” at Resident Evil 4.

More Capcom projects

Capcom also announced Street Fighter 6 at the State of Play. PlayStation VR2 support development for Resident Evil Village was also announced at the event. Capcom is likely to share more details about these games as well. Capcom’s classic arcade fighting games will also be released soon as a collection called Capcom Fighting Collection.