Capcom releases its schedule for Tokyo Games Show

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Jordan Smith

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Capcom has released their schedule for the Tokyo Game Show. The Capcom showcase won’t be bringing us any new releases. However, we will be seeing updates for some of the biggest titles announced over the summer of gaming. Capcom will give it 2 presentations over the show, with one taking place on Saturday 26th September at 1 pm BST and the second taking place on Sunday September 27th at 1 PM BST.

On Capcom’s first day we will be seeing a 40 Minute presentation on Street Fighter 5 Champions edition, where we will most likely be seeing the mystery final character reveal for Season 5. We will also be seeing more from Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin. Both exciting monster Hunter games were announced last week during the last Nintendo Direct Mini.

On Day 2 Capcom will be giving us another 2 presentations, the first being Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition. This new lease of life on last years best selling action title was announced during the last PlayStation 5 event. The Capcom event will be drawn to a close with the most anticipated game from the Japanese developer and publisher, Resident Evil Village. Will we be seeing more information around Chris being the villain of this title or will we be thrown another dark and haunting curveball?

You can check out the schedule for yourself, with American timings below. Don’t forget to let us know which games you are most excited for by joining us here at 3Bit on our social media channels below.

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