With PlayStation Experience 2015 nearly upon us, we are excited to release CAPCOM’s list of upcoming PlayStation games. If you happen to be in San Francisco, California on December 5-6, you have the chance to drop by Booth #1040 and be one of the first to get your hands on these new titles. That’s not even all of the exciting news. They will also be running the Capcom Cup, where 32 of the best Ultra Street Fighter IV players will compete to possibly win a $250,000 prize!
Here’s what you can find at the Capcom booth:
You can experience the lineup of characters announced so far and also compete in tournaments from 12pm-3pm on both Friday and Saturday. Winners will receive an exclusive Street Fighter V faceplate for their PS4. Sign up starts at 10am each day. It’s early, but it’s worth your time to any die-hard fan.
Capcom will also be hosting tournaments for this new twist on the Resident Evil franchise. It’s a third-person shooter set in Resident Evil themed environments. Players will compete 3-v-3 with an arsenal of long range and melee weapons with which to obliterate each other. There will be a team of sixteen players competing at 3 pm both days. Sign up is also at 10 am.
You can experience the events leading up to the well-remembered mansion incident in a demo of this remastered version on both PS4 and PS3. You follow S.T.A.R.S medic Rebecca Chambers and military convict Billy Coen through the iconic horrors of the RE series with beautiful revamped graphics.
All six of the original 8-bit Mega Man games are in this collection of the Blue Bomber’s adventures. With more than 50 revamped stages, you jump and shoot your way through a massive robot army, then you can take a breather with a gallery of concept sketches, production art, and more. PlayStation 4 fans can get the game digitally now for $14.99, or if you are a collector and want something to put on your shelf, you can wait for the physical copy being released on February 23, 2016.
To those of you who are lucky enough to make it, we hope you’ve found this article helpful and that you enjoy your time there!
For more information on the event itself, check out the official PlayStation Experience website.