At the Capcom Showcase that aired a few hours ago, Capcom had a few updates on existing titles with some great reveals. Following the Xbox Showcase, Capcom confirmed that Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess is coming to PS5 and Steam as well. The publisher also announced a new Exoprimal Open Beta, the Apollo Justice Ace Attorney Trilogy (finally), and more. The full list of Capcom Showcase June 2023 announcements and trailers are below:

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective free demo download out now

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective is out June 30 for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. Check out the official website here. Download the demo on PS4 here, Xbox here, Nintendo Switch here, and Steam here. Pre-ordering it nets you additional bonus content, including four side banner images and two background music tracks. Pre-orders are now available on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam. Bonus content will be available to PlayStation 4 users if purchased before July 31. This remaster arrives on June 30.

Apollo Justice Ace Attorney Trilogy announced for 2024 on all platforms

Apollo Justice Ace Attorney Trilogy arrives in 2024 Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows, and Steam. This collection is an HD remaster of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice. It includes full HD visuals, support for seven languages: Japanese, English, French, German, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese. Capcom confirmed that voice recordings are available for these languages as well.

Exoprimal New Open Beta, PvE Challenge Mode, and Exosuit Variants revealed

The online team-based action returns on June 15 at 5:00pm PDT till Sunday, June 18 at 4:59pm PDT across Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Steam. This Open Beta Test 2 includes new elements, including 10-player co-op missions, and story content that provides a more in-depth look at the ever-changing main game mode, Dino Survival. Open Beta Test 2 participants will also qualify to receive the “Flash” Zephyr skin as special bonus item in the full game.

Director Takuro Hiraoka also introduced a special co-op mode, Savage Gauntlet, which challenges teams of five players with PvE missions that rotate weekly. Beyond survival, teams can compete with other squads around the world for fastest completion times. More will be showcased at Xbox Games Showcase: Extended on June 13 at 10:00am PDT. Exoprimal releases July 14 for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Steam. The game also launches on day one with Xbox Game Pass for console, PC, and Cloud.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 gameplay details

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Director Hideaki Itsuno showcased a deeper look at combat, Pawns, and gameplay systems in the upcoming action-RPG. The vocations players choose shape how they deal with enemies through dynamic combat situations throughout the game. AI-controlled Pawns return from the original Dragon’s Dogma and they will join accompany players throughout their journey to form a party of up to four characters. Players can also personalize their main Pawn, who can in turn be recruited by other players’ Arisen to borrow their skills and knowledge. What Pawns learn through these experiences will be reflected in their behavior, making them worthy player companions.
Dragon’s Dogma 2 has a world map about four times the size of the original Dragon’s Dogma that is densely populated with enemies, events, and locations. The environment is complemented by immersive physics and character AI that brings Pawns, monsters, and NPCs to life. Pawns organically guide players to new locations, dynamically cooperate during battle, and even react to special moments such as celebrating narrow victories with high-fives. Monsters new and old encourage players to devise numerous strategies to succeed in combat, or even avoid it all together. NPCs, such as the bow-wielding Ulrika who has a deep connection to the Arisen, or the high priestess of the beastren Nadinia, will form intricate relationships with the Arisen that set the stage for nuanced story moments. Dragon’s Dogma 2 is in development for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess platforms revealed

The Capcom Showcase re-revealed Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess. It is coming to Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Series X|S, Windows, PlayStation 5, and Steam. It follows the tradition of Capcom’s Okami and SHINSEKAI: Into the Depths, aiming to deliver a blend of strategy and action in this Japanese-inspired world. More details will be revealed in the future.

MEGA MAN X DiVE Offline releases this year

MEGA MAN X DiVE Offline launches later this year for Steam, iOS, and Android. This is an offline version of the current mobile game aiming to let players explore 900 stages, fan-favorite bosses, 100 customizable characters, and more through quests.

Pragmata June 2023 gameplay trailer

Pragmata got a new gameplay trailer, but has no release window now. It is currently in development for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. The team is aiming to deliver the best experience, so more time is needed.

Capcom 40th Anniversary digital theme park revealed

Capcom celebrates its 40th anniversary this month, and today, the publisher launched a digital theme park to celebrate 40 years of Capcom with a digital museum to view artwork and other materials, playing classic Capcom titles, and more.

Overall, the Apollo Justice reveal was the highlight of the showcase. I’m looking forward to playing all the games though, especially Kunitsu-Gami when we learn more about it.

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