Capcom will be showing off Street Fighter 6 and more at Tokyo Game Show 2022, but you don’t need to go to Tokyo to take it in because it’s streaming online.
We wouldn’t absolutely rule out Capcom unveiling a couple of previously unannounced titles at Tokyo Game Show, but the company’s recent Tweet suggests that the chief focus will be on games we already know about. Yes, we’d all like a new Dino Crisis but with Exoprimal announced back in June, we doubt we’re going to get a second dinosaur-related game.
So far, Capcom has highlighted five titles that’ll be putting in an appearance. They haven’t specified the length of the stream, but based on previous streams it’ll run for between half an hour and an hour. So which titles will be on show? Here are the five games Capcom has confirmed:
- Street Fighter 6
- Resident Evil Village Gold Edition
- Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak
- Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection
We’re hoping for a closer look at Shadow of Rose, the free expansion that’ll be featured in Resident Evil Village Gold Edition. As for Street Fighter 6, Capcom may well be revealing the beat-em-up’s remaining roster but the fact those fighters have already been leaked could take the wind out of their sails.
The inclusion of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak might have you scratching your head since this expansion was released in June of this year. But, as has been the case with the main game, Capcom has been adding new features and monsters so the stream will almost certainly cover Capcom’s future plans for their PC and Nintendo Switch hunt-em-up.
The stream itself, officially dubbed the TGS2022 Capcom Online Program, will take place on September 15th at 7AM PT / 2PM GMT and will be available on Tokyo Game Show’s official YouTube channel, complete with English subtitles.