A giant data leak from Capcom has surfaced following a network breach earlier this month. As a result, many of Capcom’s plans have been revealed. Capcom is planning to release remasters of The Great Ace Attorney for PS4 and Switch plus a localization is in the works. Additionally, Monster Hunter Rise and Stories 2 will receive demos for Switch and PC versions down the line. Provided below is a list of what’s been leaked so far:

  • Resident Evil Village details (Current-gen release, April launch, Demo before release)

  • New multiplayer Resident Evil referred to internally as Project Highway/Village Online. It’s a Battle Royale of some sort.

  • New Ace Attorney collection for PS4 and Switch (AA1-3 and DGS1-2)

  • New project codenamed “GUILLOTINE” for Switch in February, other platforms in May

  • Unannounced project “Reiwa” in May, no platforms mentioned

  • Monster Hunter Rise on PC releasing October 2021(?). Demos for Switch in January and March

  • Monster Hunter Stories 2 on PC. Targeting June 2021 Switch/PC release. Single-player, online co-op and PvP modes. Paid DLC expansions, free post-launch co-op quests, cosmetic MTX, and amiibo support planned.

  • Resident Evil 4 for Oculus VR

  • New Shooter Multiplayer game titled “SHIELD” geared towards streamers

  • Source Code for DMC2 and Umbrella Chronicles

  • Stadia paid Capcom $10 million USD to put RE7 and RE8 on the platform. Sony paid $5 million USD for RE7 VR/timed DLC/demo exclusivity.

*Update* Capcom fully confirms these leaks as the result of the network breach. A full press release is available here.

Keep in mind that some projects listed here may have changed. In the meantime, stay tuned at Final Weapon for the latest Japanese gaming news and updates!