Capcom has announced that Resident Evil Village will feature at Tokyo Game Show 2020.
After the chilling unveiling of Resident Evil Village during Sony’s PS5 event, fans of the franchise have been eager to see more. The gaming community was expecting to get more information on Resident Evil’s tenth main installment in August, but Capcom has pushed the reveal back to coincide with TGS.
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Capcom’s two-day web event will be hosted as part of the Tokyo Game Show, featuring Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition on day one and Resident Evil Village on day two. During the event, Capcom’s development teams will be showcasing their latest work, with plenty of fresh details on each of the headlining titles.
As Capcom’s announcement focused on Resident Evil, fans took over the thread, discussing other titles they’re were keen to hear more about. Some are hoping to get a Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Nintendo Switch port reveal at TGS. There are even whispers of a Monster Hunter: World 2 reveal. The RE fanbase also showed up in abundance to thank Capcom for some “better late than never” news, with Resident Evil: Resistance fans asking if there would be a September update.
The Tokyo Game Show has been operating since 1996, catering mostly to Japanese games. During its 24 years of running, TGS has also brought in various international developers to showcase upcoming titles and hardware within the four-day event. This year, TGS will be running for five days, featuring panels from Square Enix, Konami, Bandai Namco Entertainment, and much more.
Gamers are also hoping for some Elden Ring updates from Bandai Namco, but Resident Evil Village is set to be the big cheese of the event. The sequel to Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is due for release next year – on next-gen consoles – and will be centered around Ethan Winters and Chris Redfield, as they encounter a mysterious village. Also, there are werewolves now.
Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online will run from September 23-27, with Capcom’s TGS Live 2020 airing on September 26-27.
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