Capcom Showcase Announced For June 12

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Learn About Future Capcom Games Soon!

This week is shaping up to be an exciting time for the gaming industry. Events like Summer Game Fest and the Xbox Games Showcase are expected to bring major announcements and gameplay trailers. Companies like Ubisoft are also hosting their events.

In addition to these companies, the Japanese gaming giant, Capcom, has now confirmed that it will host a showcase on June 12.

Why it matters: Capcom has various titles in development, and the event will give fans a new glimpse at the company’s plans for the latter half of 2023 and beyond.

The digital event will run for just over half an hour. Audiences can expect details about upcoming games, along with updates on already released games.

Games like Exoprimal could show up at the event, with the title scheduled for release on July 14. Dragon’s Dogma 2 was recently shown at the PlayStation Showcase and could also make an appearance.

Capcom has recently released Street Fighter 6, and the game has become a massive success, reaching over 1 million players. The company could also use this showcase to reveal gameplay for the upcoming Street Fighter 6 DLC characters.

Fans looking forward to these games and the rest of Capcom’s line-up can tune in to the showcase on June 12 at 3 PM PDT.

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