The RESIDENT EVIL 4 demo is now live and more news from the Capcom Spotlight – GeekTyrant

Capcom recently streamed a new Capcom Spotlight in which they talked about some of their upcoming titles. You can watch the entire event at the bottom of this article, and I’ll do my best to summarize the biggest highlights. For starters, you can download now Resident Evil 4 Chainsaw Demo, a demo for the Resident Evil 4 make new. The demo is available for PC (Steam), PS4/5 and Xbox Series X|S (affiliate link) and the full game will be released on March 24th starting at $59.99 for the same platforms.

Next, exoprimal got a different look and a July 14 release date. This team-based action game will have you getting dressed and chasing dinosaurs soon enough. Also an open beta test for exoprimal takes place from March 16 at 5:00 p.m. PDT to March 19 at 4:59 p.m. PDT on all platforms. Contestants can try all ten exosuits and receive an Aibius Medal charm for their exosuits in the full game. Pre-orders are now open with three bonus Exosuit skins. exoprimal will be available for PC (Microsoft|Steam), PS4/5 and Xbox consoles (affiliate link).

In the meantime, Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective will be available to play on June 30th on Nintendo Switch, PC (Steam), PS4 and Xbox One (affiliate link). This is a remaster of the Nintendo DS game by shu takumi (Ace Attorney) and features high-resolution graphics for 1080p/60fps, rearranged music, unique illustrations and more. Pre-orders are now available live with side banner backgrounds as bonuses.

Monster Hunter Ascension Fans can be happy sun break The expansion will be available on the PS4/5 and Xbox (affiliate link) consoles from April 28th. This release coincides with the free Title Update 3 for these platforms, which adds more goodies like the Chaotic Gore Magala encounter.

Of course we need some news about street fighter 6! The game will have a brand new real-time commentary feature with voices from popular figures in the community and influential figures. During the Capcom Spotlight, it was announced that the Japanese actress Hikaru Takahashi will be the eighth and final commentator at game launch. The announcement also included the unveiling of Rally Support, allowing commentators to “cheer on the competitors and build excitement as the game progresses!” You can download Street Fighter 6 on June 2nd on PC (Steam), PS4/5 and Xbox Play Series X|S (affiliate link).

Finally, some new features were announced Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection. All 499 Patch Cards, which were physical cards exclusive to Japan that could be scanned into the game, will be included in the game. Also, people looking for a simple mode to just speed through the story can use the Buster MAX mode to multiply the damage of MegaMan.EXE’s MegaBuster shot by 100! This feature will of course be disabled for online NetBattles, so it’s just for getting through the story. Finally, it was announced that the first two seasons of Mega Man NT Warrior will be available to stream for free starting March 21st. You can play Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection on April 14 across Nintendo Switch, PC (Steam), and PS4 with an MSRP of $59.99, or you can purchase digital volumes (split in two) for $39.99 if you’re only interested in about half the games.

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