All the upcoming company news in a relatively short event.
There is probably nothing that excites a player more than a digital event. We are in a time when we have become accustomed to the events are all of this type, many of them pre-recorded, in which we simply see one trailer after another, but to tell the truth, it is a format that, when used well, has great success. For example, we have some of the Xbox events at E3, or the important Nintendo Direct, although of course, there are also exceptions, with presentations that end up being desperate.
Luckily, now we are going to talk about a capcom eventa company that is known for not presenting much important things in its events, but for making them very dynamic, so that few people can get bored, despite the fact that its content is not always the most varied, nor the most interesting.
Of course, it is necessary to point out that Capcom currently has many video games in development, so it is natural that they have to hold their own event to give updates on these. For this reason, they have announced this direct, of which we will give you more details right now.
Capcom will show its news
Specifically, Capcom has announced this event as one in which we will be shown updates on upcoming games, and which will take place on March 9 at approximately 11:30 p.m. Spanish peninsular time. Furthermore, we have learned that it will last exactly 26 minutesso there is plenty of time to show us the most interesting upcoming Capcom projects.
Of course, given the date, we can expect to see new gameplay, or even the launch trailer for Resident Evil 4 Remake, the remade version of one of the best horror games ever. In addition, we probably know more about the studio’s upcoming projects, such as the arrival on more platforms of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, Exoprimal, or the next Street Fighter 6of which you have available our first impressions.
For now, we just have to wait for the date, although we can already tell you that, taking into account what has been announced, we can expect him to stick to showing his next games, without surprise of any kind.