Capcom E3 2021 Showcase Announcements: Resident Evil Village DLC, Monster Hunter Stories 2, And More

The Resident Evil publisher featured new details on a few of its biggest existing and upcoming games.


Capcom's E3 2021 presentation is over. As alluded to beforehand, the company discussed new details about Resident Evil Village, Monster Hunter Rise, Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, and The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles. To help you get up to speed on everything that happened, we've detailed all the biggest announcements below.

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You can rewatch the Capcom showcase at E3 2021 in the video embed above. You can also find the full stream on official E3 pages on Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, and Twitter.

All The Announcements

Resident Evil Village Is Getting New DLC;

The recently released Resident Evil Village is getting post-launch DLC. However, we'll have to wait until we get to know what exactly it'll entail. Regardless, it's happening.

RE: Verse Is Releasing Next Month

Lastly, the multiplayer portion of Resident Evil Village is finally releasing next month. Titled RE: Verse, the asymmetrical multiplayer mode puts you and your friends in control of some of the franchise's most iconic characters and monsters.

Capcom Details Next Monster Hunter Rise Update; Monster Hunter Stories 2 Demo Announced

Support for Monster Hunter Rise continues. During the stream, Capcom took another opportunity to tell players what exactly they can expect from the game in the next major update. There was also talk about Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin with a brief trailer and confirmation of a demo at the end of the month.

A Deep Dive Into The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles

Capcom offered an in-depth look at how The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles' crime scene investigations and courtroom drama will play out.

For more, check out GameSpot's E3 2021 schedule overview that covers everything you need to know about the show and all of its press conferences.

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