That traditional window of announcements from the gaming industry at the beginning of June is over, but Capcom brought a second round of news for fans with its own very short showcase last Monday (01).

Capcom Next was only 25 minutes long, but it was enough to get some people hyped. Among the new features, we will have a new Resident Evillike this RE 7 finally coming to the iPhone 15 Pro and a “premium remaster” of the first Dead Rising.

Many were expecting a surprise announcement of the long-awaited remake of Dino Crisissince the first game turned 25 earlier this week — but unfortunately, it didn’t happen.

O Voxelof course, didn’t waste any time and already prepared this Capcom Next summary so you can stay up to date with everything that happened at the Japanese giant’s showcase. Check out the news below!

Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess Demo Now Available

With beautiful and vibrant art direction, Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess is Capcom’s next big bet and will take players to a stunning Japanese setting, where their main objective is to free the villages from an evil contamination.

The protagonist, Soh, must work together with Yoshiro, a maiden with divine powers, to purify and cleanse the villages of contamination through a dynamic day/night system.

During the day, players will guide the protagonist on their way to the gate, purifying the surroundings of contamination and saving villages in the process. At night, players will fight demons that emerge from the gate, issuing commands to villagers and using special abilities.

The good news here, however, is that in addition to the pre-order availability, a demo of Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess is now available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

If you want to download the demo for free and take a look at pre-sale pricing, check out the details in the link for your preferred platform below:

Furthermore, Kunitsu-Gami will also have a very timely partnership with Eyesanother classic from the house that will serve as inspiration for several skins in the game.

Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster Coming in September

Released in 2006, Dead Rising is an action and survival game with dark and sarcastic humor. As Frank West, a photojournalist investigating a zombie outbreak in the fictional city of Willamette, Colorado, you must beat up the undead until you can’t take it anymore.

Officially confirmed last week, Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster will bring a new look to the game released over 18 years ago. Of course, the premium remaster will have a complete visual update — in fact, much more than you would expect from a regular remaster.

Everything has been updated for the new generation, so expect a complete visual overhaul, including scenarios and characters, as well as additions that should further spice up the frenetic gameplay with Frank West.

Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster will be released on September 19th for PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC. Pre-sales are now available on all platforms and guarantee players a series of extras. You can check the prices below:

  • PS Store (PS5)
  • Microsoft Store (Xbox Series X|S)
  • PC (Steam)

Resident Evil 7 is now available for iPhone 15 Pro or later

That’s right, after Resident Evil Village and the remake of RE 4 to be released for Apple’s smartphone, now it’s time for Resident Evil 7 arrive on iPhone 15 Pro. The port has been fully adapted to the needs of those who play on mobile phones, so expect a very refined experience with the game.

Some of the new features include a fully interactive menu through the touch screen, as well as aim assistance that will give players a great deal of help. Another good news is that the save with your progress will be saved directly to iCloud — so it is also possible to continue the journey through other compatible Apple devices, such as Mac and iPad.

The base version of Resident Evil 7 is now available for free on the Apple Store — but it is also possible to upgrade to the Gold Edition by purchasing the DLC. It is worth remembering that, among the brand’s smartphones, only the iPhone 15 Pro or higher is capable of running the game. More details in the link below:

Capcom confirms: new Resident Evil is in production

Last but not least, Koshi Nakanishi, director RE 7, also confirmed that Capcom is working on a new game in the franchise Resident Evil at the moment — although he didn’t go into details at the moment. Judging by the caliber of the developer responsible for the project, it’s possible that it could be RE 9, although this is mere speculation.

Official confirmation from Koshi Nakanishi that Capcom is working on a new Resident Evil.Source: Capcom

“It was really hard to figure out what to do after the seventh game. But I figured it out, and to be honest, it feels substantial. I can’t share any details yet, but I hope you’re excited for the day when we can reveal more,” Nakanishi said at the event.

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