Capcom Showcase

The summer game showcases are about to kick into high gear, and a new challenger has entered the ring. Capcom has announced a new digital Capcom Showcase, which will be taking place next week on June 13 at 6 PM ET.

The livestream will give fans a look at the latest news and updates for Capcom games on the horizon. Capcom says that it will be “diving deeper into details and news on previously announced titles.” The show is expected to run for roughly 35 minutes. You’ll be able to check it out on the company’s official YouTube channel and Twitch channel.


Capcom ran a digital showcase during E3 last year. During that event, it confirmed that DLC was in development for Resident Evil Village and laid out a roadmap of future content for Monster Hunter Rise among other things. Some fans considered the show to be disappointing overall, but there’s reason to believe that Capcom will have a more impressive presentation this time around.

There are a lot of exciting possibilities

Capcom had an outstanding showing during Sony’s recent State of Play livestream. The Japanese developer announced the long-rumored Resident Evil 4 remake, and showed off the first gameplay of Street Fighter 6.

Given that Capcom has said we can expect a deeper dive into previously announced titles, we’re hoping that this showcase is the perfect time to show some Resident Evil 4 gameplay. Capcom could also reveal what it has been working on for the Resident Evil Village DLC, provide a new look at Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak and Exoprimal, and give a more substantial look at Street Fighter 6. The developer may even have some surprises in store.

Capcom has already been providing a steady stream of new information about Street Fighter 6 on its official Twitter account. With any luck, we’ll be able to see more details soon.

Capcom Showcase Resident Evil 4

Chirag Pattni
Writer for PC Invasion and CBR. Psychologist and long-time gamer. Has a love-hate relationship with technology and enjoys all things anime.

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