After the hack and blackmail attempt with which those responsible at Capcom were confronted, further leaks found their way on the Internet. Today we received information about titles like Monster Hunter 6, Dragon’s Dogma 2, or a new Onimusha adventure.
A few days ago we received the news that the Japanese publisher Capcom had been the victim of a large-scale hacker attack. Since those in charge of the company apparently refused to respond to a ransom demand from the hackers, numerous data records found their way on the Internet in the past few days.
Including release periods for numerous, so far not officially announced games from Capcom. Today we received more unconfirmed details that we have summarized for you below.
After a successor to Monster Hunter Stories and a PC version of Monster Hunter Rise was mentioned recently, the latest leak shows that Capcom is also working on Monster Hunter 6. If the details of the leak correspond to the facts, then the Monster Hunter of the new generation is planned for a release in the second quarter of the 2023 financial year.
The same applies to Resident Evil Apocalypse, for which no specific details are available so far. Furthermore, Resident Evil 4 Remake and a new Onimusha for a release in the fourth quarter of the 2022 fiscal year are confirmed in the new leak, while Dragon’s Dogma 2 is to be released in the second quarter of the 2022 fiscal year.
The other titles that can be found in the extensive leak include remakes of Final Fight or Power Stone, which could not follow until 2024. The full list of titles to be found in the leak can be found here.
Please note, however, that the information has not yet been commented by Capcom and should therefore be taken with the appropriate precaution. If Capcom should speak up on the leaks, you will of course find out from us immediately only on GamerTweak.com.