Everything announced at the March Capcom Spotlight


THE start of 2023 has been thick with gaming showcases, and Capcom’s showed a number of games from its biggest franchises.

Certain games and series are making a comeback, with a number of highly-anticipated games.

Xbox and PlayStation versions are coming.

If you missed out on the Capcom Spotlight, then you can catch up on everything announced here.

Here is everything you need to know about March’s Capcom Spotlight.

Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection

Capcom shared a new trailer highlighting the Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection.

The collection will be divided into two games, including all Battle Network games up to Battle Network 6.

The trailer showed off the chip trading system, where you can trade ships for different Mega Man Styles.

Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection will be released on April 14, 2023.

Ghost Trick

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective is making a comeback for modern consoles with a new remaster.

It’s a classic puzzle game from the creator of the Ace Attorney series, Shu Takumi.

You play as a Sissel, and the story starts with his death.

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective will be released on June 30, 2023.


A new trailer for Exoprimal was shown, demonstrating the mech vs dinosaur combat with time-travelling heroes.

It will be an online multiplayer game that will have both a free and paid battle pass for cosmetics.

Capcom will host an open beta that runs between March 17 and March 19.

Exoprimal will receive its full release on July 14, 2023.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak

The huge Monster Hunter Rise expansion, Sunbreak, will land soon on PlayStation and Xbox.

Sunbreak adds new monsters, a hub region, and maps, as well as NPCs you can bring on adventures.

The new versions are said to be on par with the Switch and Steam editions.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak will launch on April 28, 2023.

Resident Evil 4 and Death Island

The Resident Evil 4 remake demo is now live, and will let you play through the game’s iconic opening sequence.

There was also a teaser for Resident Evil: Death Island, an upcoming CGI movie based on the series airing this summer.

We saw Jill Valentine make an appearance, though we don’t know if she’s playable or not.

The Resident Evil 4 remake will be released on March 24, 2023.

Written by Josh Broadwell and Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.


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