Capcom is planning to double its output for fiscal 12 months 2023 with 45 SKUs in comparison with final 12 months’s 24. In its monetary report for 2021/2022, the corporate initiatives 37 million models shall be offered in FY2023, 10 million from new titles, and 27 million from its earlier catalog (which incorporates remasters and ports). Regardless of doubling the variety of new titles, Capcom’s numbers are barely conservative, because it offered 32.6 million models final 12 months.
Capcom is releasing twice the variety of SKUs in 2023 than in 2022
Up to now, we solely know a number of of the key titles Capcom is counting towards its FY2023 projections (via ResetEra).
- Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak
- Monster Hunter Rise
- Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
- Resident Evil 2 (Subsequent-gen Port)
- Resident Evil 3 (Subsequent-gen Port)
- Resident Evil 7 biohazard (Subsequent-gen Port)
- Resident Evil Village (Presumably DLC?)
We additionally know that Capcom Combating Assortment and Capcom 2nd Arcade Stadium shall be launched within the coming months.
That leaves loads of SKUs unaccounted for, which provides us loads of room for supposition. Pragmata and Exoprimal are each slated for 2023, however they might be counted right here in the event that they launch in earlier than October of subsequent 12 months. Avenue Fighter 6 absolutely received’t come out this 12 months. So, what are all these thriller video games?
Rumors have abounded in regards to the Resident Evil collection, and I’d be shocked if we didn’t get a brand new recreation this 12 months (other than RE:Verse). It most likely received’t be a important collection title, but it surely might be Resident Evil 4 remake or a part of the Revelations subseries. Who is aware of, we would even see Capcom do one thing with Outbreak.
Nonetheless, Capcom is bizarre with its IPs, so who is aware of what we’ll see. Possibly Mega Man Legends will make a triumphant return. I’ve acquired a sense there shall be some very thrilling bulletins this summer time.
In different information, Gotham Knight won’t have microtransactions, and the Sony and Bungie deal will close by the end of the year.