PC Market Increasingly Important for Capcom; Company Celebrates Record Game Sales
hexx0, 04 August 2021, 19:00
With the release of Resident Evil Village and games from the Monster Hunter series, Capcom is celebrating the best opening of a financial year in its history. The Japanese have noticed the growing demand for PC titles and do not intend to ignore this market segment.
Capcom Reports Record Earnings for Fourth Year in a Row
Entelarmer, 10 May 2021, 20:12
Capcom has once again had a record year. Thanks to the success of the Resident Evil and Monster Hunter series and ever-growing digital sales, the company reported (for fourth consecutive year) record earnings.
First Reviews: Monster Hunter Rise - Another Nintendo Switch Hit
Aquma, 24 March 2021, 14:17
First reviews of Capcom's action RPG Monster Hunter: Rise have surfaced online. The game will debut this Friday. Everything indicates that we are dealing with another very successful title aimed at Nintendo Switch.
Studio Gives Employees Time Off so They Can Play a Game
Karol Laska , 23 March 2021, 19:40
Cyberpunk 2077 is not the only game that electrifies gamers so much that they impatiently await the launch. In a few days, another such hit will debut. In connection with this release, the CEO of one of Japanese companies decided to give employees time off.
Monster Hunter: Rise Coming to PC
Adrian Werner, 26 February 2021, 12:17
The developers at Capcom announced that Monster Hunter: Rise will be ported to PC. The PC release will come out next year.
Leaks Reveal Resident Evil Battle Royale Game From Capcom
Adrian Werner, 16 November 2020, 19:01
A number of Capcom's internal documents have leaked as a result of a hacker attack. According to them, PC ports of Monster Hunter: Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2, among others, are being prepared. In addition, the publisher was to receive $10 million for adding several Resident Evil games to Google Stadia.
Nintendo Direct Reveals Ori 2, New Monster Hunter and Other Switch Games
Froozyy, 17 September 2020, 22:39
Today, Nintendo presented the games that will soon be available to Nintendo Switch owners. We have seen new installments of such series as Monster Hunter and Disgaea, as well as ports such as Hades and Ori and the Will of the Wisps (now available).