Capcom E3 2021: Resident Evil Re-Verse, Monster Hunter Stories 2, and more

Today was Capcom’s turn to take over E3 2021 and announce some really exciting game titles, the return of some long-time favorites, and updates.  Capcom did not disappoint with the game maker’s first announcement about the Resident Evil franchise, which is celebrating 25 years of terrifying gamers. 

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Resident Evil Village which was launched this past May will now be joined by Resident Evil Re: Verse which was announced today.

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Capcom announced that the new online multi-player game Resident Evil Re-Verse will be available in July for free to those who purchased Resident Evil Village. 

Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin

At E3 today Capcom also announced Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin which is the video game maker’s follow up to the popular Monster Hunter. 

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The anime-style gameplay looks fantastic. Capcom really did a nice job creating an enormous immersive world for users to enjoy. Also, Palamute will join users on their adventure in Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin starting July 15th in one of the first free updates.

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A trial version will be available on June 25th, and it will allow you to save your data for when the full version is released on July 9th, which is right around the corner, so players won’t be waiting too long to experience the full game. Capcom also announced a 3.1 update to Monster Rise available on June 24th, 2021. 

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles

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Based in 19th century London, this will be the first time the game will be available outside Japan. Another anime-styled gameplay as you can take on the role of a defense attorney. Featuring ten new cases and eight new mini escapades for users to dig for evidence, facts, and information that users will then use to present their case to jurors. 

Dance of deduction encourages users to use deductive reasoning to solve cases based on clues and evidence they come by within the game. Summation Examination is the part of the game where users try to sway the jurors to their argument to either get a guilty or not guilty verdict. Users try to persuade jurors that their client is innocent. Capcom seems to have created a huge world with a varied game experience based on users’ ability to use their deductive reasoning skills. Ace Attorney Adventures Chronicle will become available on July 27th. 

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