Although 2022 is a relatively quiet year for Capcom, they still filled a 30-minute showcase of upcoming games and DLC, including Street Fighter 6, Exoprimal, and Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak (above).

Resident Evil Village is getting a major expansion with Winters’ Expansion, releasing October 28. The expansion stars a teenage Rose Winters, daughter of Ethan, as she explores a terrifying world using her powers. The DLC also adds a third-person mode and new playable characters in Chris Redfield, Heisenberg, and Lady Dimitrescu.

The showcase also revealed the release date for the upcoming “modern reimagining” of Resident Evil 4, often cited as the best game in the series. The survival-horror remake will launch on March 24, 2023.

For even more Resident Evil, Resident Evil 2, 3, and 7 have been released on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S with enhanced features such as 4K resolution, ray tracing, and haptic feedback. Patches for the PC versions have been released as well.

Sunbreak is the big expansion coming to Monster Hunter Rise on June 30, but fans can jump in a bit early. A free demo will release tonight (June 14) on Nintendo Switch and Steam. The demo includes three quests of different difficulties, and showcases the new Jungle region. Capcom promises free content releasing for Sunbreak through next year.

Exoprimal is a new IP for Capcom, a mechs vs dinosaurs cooperative-competitive action game releasing in 2023. Eager players can register to get into the closed network test on PC (Steam) next month. The closed network test is only available on Steam, and take place on three specific dates: July 11, July 25, and August 7. The main mode is Dino Survival, where two squads of five Exofighters compete to stay alive against the malevolent dino invasion.

Exoprimal will launch on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S next year.


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