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Capcom to Release Unannounced Multi-Million-Selling Game by March 2024

Capcom is cooking up a new game which the developer plans to release before the end of March next year. According to a new report, this game is going to be a big one. So big that the company plans on shipping millions of copies worldwide. The thing is, at the moment Capcom hasn’t announced any new titles so this could really be anything. But we suspect it might be a new entry in the Monster Hunter series.

Capcom has had a busy year. The company released Resident Evil 4 Remake, Street Fighter 6 and Exoprimal all within a space of a few months. Currently, the studio’s game calender is empty with only DLC planned for its current games on the market. Even Pragmata was delayed indefinitely with rumours of a development reboot.

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Of course, there is Dragon’s Dogma but that was only recently announced and after the studio shared the same gameplay trailer in two presentations, there’s no hope that it is even close to being ready. So that leaves Monster Hunter.

It has been a while since the last mainline entry in the Monster Hunter series. Monster Hunter World was released way back in 2018. Capcom also released Monster Hunter Rise last year on the Nintendo Switch and PC before porting it and its expansion, Sunrise to PlayStation and Xbox earlier this year.

At the moment, the major speculation around this multi-million-selling game is definitely a Monster Hunter sequel. Fans speculate that the game will get announced at the upcoming Tokyo Game Show. The expo kicks off on 21 September. If Capcom’s previous track record is anything to go by, we’ll then see this new game released in early 2024.

In other news, Capcom has teamed up with Niantic to launch Monster Hunter Now in September. You can find out more about this upcoming AR game by the Pokemon Go creators here.

Marco is the owner and founder of GLITCHED. South Africa’s largest gaming and pop culture website. GLITCHED quickly established itself with tech and gaming enthusiasts with on-point opinions, quick coverage of breaking events and unbiased reviews across its website, social platforms, and YouTube channel.

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