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Capcom Showcase 2023

Everything Announced at Capcom Showcase 2023

The wealth of Summer Game Fest showcases is coming to an end, with Capcom taking the last spot. Capcom Showcase 2023 offered up just over 30 minutes of new trailers and announcements, featuring the likes of Ghost Trick and Dragon’s Dogma 2. If you missed it, though, don’t worry: we’ve got you covered. Read on to see everything revealed during the Capcom Showcase 2023.

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Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess

Here’s another look at Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess, which was first unveiled at yesterday’s Xbox Games Showcase. It’s an action game set in a mystical world inspired by Japanese folklore and legend. It looks absolutely beautiful, and we can’t wait to get toe-to-toe with its weird and wonderful enemies. There’s no release date yet, but it’s coming to PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

Megaman X Dive Offline

If you’re a Megaman fan, here’s something worth getting excited about. Here, you can play as Megaman or any one of a wealth of popular characters – including a number that haven’t been playable before. You can level up weapons and customise them, all while, of course, enjoying the traditional Megaman gameplay. It’s coming to the iOS Store and Android in 2023.

Resident Evil 4 VR

We got a look at the upcoming VR mode of Resident Evil 4. It’s coming to PSVR 2, but we already knew that. It’ll be a free DLC pack on PS5, although we still don’t have a release date.

Pragmata

Remember Pragmata? We barely do, but it was announced by Capcom some time ago. Finally, we get another look at it, with a little note acknowledging it was supposed to release in 2022, now with a “?” release. It’s a short teaser, but we’re intrigued to find out more about its futuristic world inhabited by cyborgs.

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective

We got a trailer for Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, a story-driven detective game that sees you investigating your own murder. It’s from the Ace Attorney creator, and so you know it’s got a good heritage. Its premise is certainly intriguing – and its colourful visuals are instantly captivating. You don’t have to wait long to find out more about it: there’s a demo available right now, in fact. The full release is incoming on 30th June.

Ace Attorney: Apollo Justice Trilogy

What’s this? A new Ace Attorney game? Well, a collection of old ones. Ace Attorney: Apollo Justice, Ace Attorney: Phoenix Wright – Dual Destinies, and Ace Attorney: Phoenix Wright – Spirit of Justice are being remastered in a trilogy. It’s coming to all formats early next year.

Capcom’s 40th Anniversary

Happy birthday, Capcom! To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the company, Capcom has launched a new website, featuring arcade classic games that are free to play, rewards to earn, museum content to unlock and more. Head to captown.capcom.com to try it out.

Exoprimal

Here’s a brand new trailer for Capcom’s upcoming dino-vs-mech shooter, Exoprimal. We’ve already had hands-on this one, and we’ve really enjoyed our time with it. If you enjoy shooting, feeling ultra-powerful, and like the idea of blasting dinos back to the prehistoric age, what are you waiting for? It’s out on 14th July, with pre-order bonuses available. We can’t embed the trailer – damn those age gates – but you can watch it by clicking here.

Dragon’s Dogma II

We’ve had another look at the upcoming Dragon’s Dogma II, the next entry into Capcom’s action RPG series. The trailer shows off some gameplay, with plenty of the game’s impressive-looking enemies on show. We also get a look at character relationships, and the narrative depth we have to look forward to. It all looks rather epic. We have no release date yet, but it’s coming to PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC. Another age-restricted video, but you can watch it here.

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