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Capcom Leak Reveals Dragon's Dogma 2, Street Fighter 6 and More in Works

Leaked listing of ResetEra forum reveals release window of many upcoming Capcom games slated for next four years.

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Capcom Leak Reveals Dragon's Dogma 2, Street Fighter 6 and More in Works

In a recent ransomware attack earlier this month, developer/publisher Capcom suffered from a massive data breach of 350,000 business partners, customers and employees while all of their files got encrypted by same hacker group.

A few days ago, Capcom's upcoming cross-gen survival horror title Resident Evil: Village already got its launch window spoiled. Today, another list featuring a lineup of major titles planned for next four years reportedly gets leaked online.


A newfound list from video game forum ResetEra details a launch lineup by Capcom for coming years. There are several entries from Resident Evil series and among them is rumored Resident Evil 4 Remake by M-Two studio for Q4 2022.

Two overly ambiguous names listed among RE franchise are Resident Evil Outrage and Resident Evil Hank. Former title could be a modern remake of Resident Evil Outbreak and the latter may be a spin-off starring Alpha team leader Hunk.


A listing of forthcoming Capcom titles from recent leak has a number of anticipated releases are given below.

  • Monster Hunter Stories 2 (Q1 2021)
  • Resident Evil Outrage (Q4 2021)
  • Dragon's Dogma 2 (Q2 2022)
  • Street Fighter 6 (Q3 2022)
  • Rockman Match (Mega Man in English) (Q3 2022)
  • Residen Evil 4 Remake – (Q4 2022)
  • Onimusha New Work (Q4 2022)
  • Monster Hunter 6 (Q2 2023)
  • Biohazard Apocalypse (Q3 2023)
  • Captain Commando (Q4 2023)
  • Super Street Fighter 6 (Q4 2023)
  • Final Fight Remake (Q2 2024)
  • Power Stone Remake (Q3 2024)
  • Ultra Street Fighter 6 (Q4 2024)
  • Resident Evil Hank (Q4 2024)


Sequels like Dragon's Dogma 2 and Street Fighter 6 are joining release slate of third and fourth quarter of 2022. Capcom is preparing for a remake of classic beat-'em-up Final Fight and arena fighting game Power Stone planned for 2024.

Long before this leak, Capcom announced to release Monster Hunter Rise for Nintendo Switch in March 26, 2021. A successor title for Monster Hunter: World, best-selling game of company history is coming in second quarter of 2023.


Capcom has lined up a great deal for a newer generation and big-name companies often plans ahead. Despite many of these leaks align with future release slate, fans should take this with a grain of salt and wait for official confirmation.

Leaks were always a part of video game industry but recent Capcom leak was result of a hack that lead to huge information violation. Fans may get excited by news of these anticipated titles but employees had an unsettling experience.

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