Capcom has announced it will be hosting a livestream next week for fans to tune in and see what the studio is preparing to serve up. Capcom Showcase 2023 kicks off on Monday, June 12 at 3PM PDT (6PM EDT, 11PM BST, and 8AM AEST Tuesday, June 13). The show is expected to run for around 36 minutes.
There's no firm indication of what Capcom will be focusing on during the show, but it seems likely it would include Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective's HD Switch port (which is due later this month) and we'd see more of Exoprimal (which is due next month). It's also worth remembering Dragon's Dogma II (which was recently officially revealed as part of PlayStation's May 2023 showcase). Capcom also recently announced an upcoming mobile collaboration with Pokemon Go developer Niantic called Monster Hunter Now, which is set to be released in September 2023.
Last year's Capcom Showcase did not contain any brand-new game announcements, but the 30-minute show did highlight a stack of new details and DLC for games previously announced. The 2022 event featured glimpses of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, Exoprimal, and a pile of Resident Evil-related news. It would appear Capcom is leaning into making these showcases an annual occasion.
Capcom Showcase 2023 will be part of a hectic week of updates, with the Xbox Showcase, Ubisoft Forward, and Summer Game Fest also all occurring next week. You can stay on top of how to watch the busy schedule of games showcases and events right here on IGN.
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