Capcom @ E3 2021 Recap

Miss something from our E3 showcase? Don’t worry, we’ve got
you covered! Read on for a recap of our stream and more info on our

The Great Ace
Attorney Chronicles

TAKE THAT! If it pleases the court, we’re submitting a new
trailer for The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles into evidence. Courtroom
chaos and intense investigations collide with two amazing adventures in one
collection coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Steam on July 29,

For all the latest on Ace Attorney, be sure to add the Ace
Attorney Twitter, Facebook,
and Instagram
to your own court record.

Monster Hunter
Stories 2: Wings of Ruin

Your epic adventure in Monster Hunter Stories 2 is
about to begin, with the game releasing on Nintendo Switch and Steam on July 9!
To keep your hype levels charged up to max Kinship level, we had some exciting
reveals for E3 2021: a “Trial Version” demo is on the way, coming to Nintendo
Switch on June 25, and Steam on July 9! With the “Trial Version,” you can create
your own Rider, start your journey, befriend and raise some Monsties, and eventually
transfer all your progress to the full game at launch. Also, shortly after
release, we’re bringing the Palamute, from Monster Hunter Rise, as a Monstie
in Monster Hunter Stories 2. This free update will be available on July

Catch all the details on these reveals here.

Monster Hunter Rise

We’ve got more Monster Hunter Rise content on the
horizon too! In just a few days, on June 18, our first “Capcom Collab” Event
Quest will go live. The reward for completing it will be materials to craft
Layered Armor for your Palico based on the character Tsukino, from Monster
Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin

Also, keep an eye out for even more Event Quests and fun
rewards starting with update “Version 3.1,” available June 25.

You can also
find the latest on Event Quests and all things Monster Hunter on the official Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages!

Resident Evil Village

We’re happy to announce that additional DLC is on the way for Resident Evil Village, as confirmed during our E3 2021 livestream! We’ll have more details on it at a later date, so be sure to follow the Resident Evil Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest info.

This eighth main entry in the beloved Resident Evil
franchise sees Ethan Winters awaken in a remote part of Europe after tragedy
befalls his family once again. After surviving the madhouse that was the Baker
estate, can Ethan endure the horrors that await him as he seeks answers and
searches for his kidnapped daughter? For more info, be sure to check out our launch

Resident Evil Village
is available now for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One,
Steam, and Stadia.

Street Fighter V Esports

We got the lowdown on Street Fighter V Esports from expert
commentators Vicious
and RobTV
of the changes coming to Capcom Pro Tour 2021, including info on registration,
prizing, and more! Think you’re the best in your region? Check out the Capcom Fighters website,
and Facebook
for info on how to register for CPT 2021 and rule the ring! You can also catch
all the action live on the Capcom Fighters Twitch
channel or watch the matches on demand on the Capcom Fighters YouTube

If team play is more your style, the next season of Street Fighter
is coming soon. Instead of one-on-one action, six teams of
three compete in a battle tournament series leading to some amazing matches
with teammates supporting, coaching, and hyping each other up. Stay tuned for
more info on the next season of SFL!

everything we shared at this year’s E3 presentation, but be sure to stay locked
in to the Capcom USA Facebook, Twitter,
and Instagram
for all the latest Capcom news!

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