A few days ago it was announced that Capcom had suffered a cyber attack in which a large amount of company information had been stolen, time is passing and some details of the information have come to light, specifically related to thesome games the company had in development and had not yet announced.
Now as a result of this, is that a document that apparently shows Capcom’s development plans for the next four years appeared on the Internet, releasing several games, among which are some quite rumored as the remake of Resident Evil 4 .
According to IGN sources, several of these projects are true as is the case with Dragon’s Dogma 2 and Street Fighter 6, although the information may not be up to date. Other games on the list appear with code names.
This is how the list includes a series of sequels and remakes, a path that in recent times has paid off for the company.
It should be remembered that Capcom was the victim of a “custom ransomware attack” on November 2, after which little by little information about it has started to appear on the Internet. After the attack, an organization demanded money for the information obtained to which Capcom refused.
- Resident Evil Outbreak – Q4 FY21
- Dragon’s Dogma 2 – Q2 FY22
- Street Fighter 6 – Q3 FY22
- Rockman [Mega Man en Norte América] – Q3 FY22
- Resident Evil 4 Remake – Q4 FY22
- Monster Hunter 6 – Q2 FY23
- Biohazard Apocalypse – Q3 FY23
- “SSF6” – Q4 FY23
- Final Fight Remake – Q2 FY24
- Power Stone Remake – Q3 FY24
- Ultra SF6 – Q4 FY24
- Resident Evil Hank [probablemente “Hunk”] – Q4 FY24