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Capcom suggests that new titles of forgotten sagas could arrive in the future

Capcom is currently in one of the most remarkable moments of its entire career in terms of the quality of its video games and the good sales numbers that they are reaping; Monster Hunter Rise and Resident Evil 8: Village, two recent titles, have managed to sell over 9 and 6 million copies respectively around the world. Despite the fact that the two mentioned franchises are performing better than ever, the Japanese company has suggested in a recent investor relations meeting (via VGC) that it would be interested in reviving some of its intellectual properties that have been in the drawer of oblivion for years. .

The studio has a host of forgotten sagas that could be used a lot today: lost-planet, Dragon’s Dogma, okami, Viewtiful Joe either power stone, to give some examples. Asked what plans the company has for these IPs that have been dormant for many years, a Capcom representative replied: “We are currently making plans for our pipeline based on market demand data. In the future, we will continue to take customer wishes into account when designing our line of titles“. Capcom recently revealed that it would launch “several great new titles” before April 2023, although unfortunately at the moment we cannot say that the return of one of its forgotten sagas is included in this plan.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 featured in GeForce Now leak

In September of last year there was an alleged massive leak of major development titles not yet announced. Among them, we can find the long-awaited Dragon’s Dogma 2which has not been confirmed by Capcom, although there are other clues that point to the game being in development for years. On the other hand, Hideki Kamiya, a very important creative in the development of Viewtiful Joe and Okami, has reiterated on several occasions that he will be delighted to be able to launch new sequels.

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