Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster will be featured in Capcom Next - Summer 2024
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Capcom Next – Summer 2024 Will Feature Dead Rising Remaster

Capcom has revealed that it will broadcast a new video program to showcase three of its upcoming games, including the recently revealed Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster. The Capcom Next – Summer 2024 broadcast will appear simultaneously worldwide on July 1-2, 2024, depending on the time zones.

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The company had just published a teaser trailer for Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster the day before on June 26, 2024. Capcom did not mention any platforms in the trailer, but it promised to unveil more details in the upcoming broadcast.

The upcoming Japanese-themed action-strategy game Kunitsu-Gami and the iOS and Mac ports of Resident Evil 7 will complete the program’s lineup. As a side note, the Japanese version of the 25-minute-long stream will feature narration by the voice actor Takehito Koyasu.

Here are the full list of games that will appear in Capcom Next – Summer 2024:

  • Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess – Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, PC
  • Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster – No platforms announced as of yet
  • Resident Evil 7: biohazard – iOS, Mac

Capcom will only showcase the above three titles in this program. The company put up a fine print that specifically states there will be no new information on Monster Hunter Wilds, as that title is arguably the one many players are anticipating the most in this period.

The Capcom Next – Summer 2024 program will be broadcast simultaneously worldwide on Monday, July 1, 2024, at 3 PM PDT / 6 PM EDT / 11 PM BST. People living in Asia Pacific can catch the show in the morning on Tuesday, July 2, 2024.

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