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Capcom may be working on Dragon’s Dogma 2, a new Onimusha game and Street Fighter 6

Earlier this month, we informed you about some Capcom games that could be under development. And today, some new details about a number of unannounced games have surfaced online. The following release schedule comes from the massive Capcom leak that occurred in October 2020.

According to the leaked release schedule, Capcom is working on Dragon’s Dogma 2, Street Fighter 6 and Onimusha New York. Furthermore, this leaked release schedule confirms the existence of Resident Evil 4 Remake. We knew that Resident Evil 4 Remake was real, however, it’s good getting an – unofficial – confirmation of it.

Capcom games leaked release schedule

Do note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this release date schedule may not be accurate. However, it appears that a new Dragon’s Dogma and a new Onimusha game are indeed under development.

It’s also worth noting that Capcom does not plan to revive the Dino Crisis series, and there isn’t any Marvel vs Capcom game. So yeah, apparently these two franchises are put on hiatus (at least for the next couple of years).

Additionally, and as we previously reported, Capcom plans to release Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2 on the PC. Furthermore, the team targets an April 2021 release date for Resident Evil Village. Not only that, but Capcom is also working on a new multiplayer game that will release in 2022.

Stay tuned for more!

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