Capcom is striking out on its own for the first time in E3 history. Instead of its games appearing in Sony, Nintendo, or Microsoft press conferences, the Japanese publisher will devote 25 minutes on the official E3 2021 stream to its own games.
What can viewers expect? When Capcom announced its E3 stream last week, it promised to show updates on Nintendo Switch title Monster Hunter Rise — which Capcom plans to support for a while after launch. It will also share information on freshly localized The Great Ace Attorney, out July 27; along with Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, which is out July 9. It also promised updates on Resident Evil Village, which has dominated the discourse since its May 7 release. Hopefully there will be some other surprises as well.