Capcom always has big plans for E3 and this year is no different with big titles such as Mega Man 11 and Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate making an appearance. Here’s a look at what they have planned, courtesy Capcom Unity.
First, here are the demos that will be available:
Mega Man 11 (Available October 2) – Get your gloves on classic gameplay combined with the brand-new Double Gear System in the Blue Bomber’s new quest! Be one of the first to play through Block Man’s colorful and challenging stage in this brand new adventure crafted by a veteran development team at Capcom. Mega Man 11slides on to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on October 2!
Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2 (Available July 24) – The world of Mega Man X is at your fingertips with eight futuristic adventures featuring X, Zero, and Axl battling against Mavericks, high-tech robots gone bad. Check out all eight games ranging from 16-bit to 32-bit and beyond, and test your skills in the new X Challenge mode, pitting X against pairs of Mavericks! Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2 are coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch on July 24th.
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate (Available August 28) – Take the hunt on the go or cast it up to the big screen with Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, known as Monster Hunter XX in Japan, coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch on August 28. Continuing the celebration started by Monster Hunter Generations on Nintendo 3DS, we’re expanding the monster roster, the number of ways you can hunt, and cranking up the challenge with “G Rank” quests.
Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition (Available Now) – Cody, Metro City’s New Mayor, has openings in his schedule all three days for anyone wanting an appointment with him. Cody will be playable at E3, including all four of his other costumes: Battle, Story, Nostalgia, and Final Fight. Experience what the new mayor will bring to the legendary fighting game series – knives, pipes, and all. Cody will be available on June 26 on PlayStation 4 and PC!
Here are details on live streams:
|June 12||12pm-12:45pm||Mega Man 11||Developer Stream with Producer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya and Koji Oda||Capcom USA Twitch|
|June 12||2:30-5pm||Monster Hunter: World||Time Attack Tournament||Monster Hunter Twitch|
|June 13||12pm-12:45pm||Mega Man 11||Demo and Gameplay Stream||Capcom USA Twitch|
|June 13||2:30pm-5pm||Monster Hunter: World||Time Attack Tournament||Monster Hunter Twitch|
And here are a couple events:
|June 12||6pm-7pm||Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection||Open to attendees! Attempt to defeat specific challenges for a chance to win a copy of the game.||Show floor only|
|June 13||6pm-7pm||Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection||Open to attendees! Attempt to defeat specific challenges for a chance to win a copy of the game.||Show floor only|
Lastly, those of you attending can meet up with creators during signing sessions:
|June 12||1pm-2:30pm||Street Fighter||Executive Producer Yoshinori Ono|
|June 12||5pm-6pm||Monster Hunter||Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto|
|June 13||11am-12pm||Mega Man 11||Producer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya and Director Koji Oda|
|June 13||1pm-2:30pm||Street Fighter||Executive Producer Yoshinori Ono|
|June 13||5pm-6pm||Monster Hunter||Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto|
|June 14||3:30pm-4:30pm||Mega Man 11||Producer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya and Director Koji Oda|
E3 2018 takes place from June 12 to June 14, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.