Capcom Could Reveal Mystery Game at Jump Festa 2020

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Capcom could be bringing something pretty big to Jump Festa 2020! (Picture: Capcom)

Capcom is due to exhibit four playable titles at Jump Festa in Japan this December. But, you might be anxious to know that the second batch has yet to be announced for the event. We already have the confirmation of Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection and Monster Hunter World: Iceborne – but that’s all we’ve been clued in on. As for titles three and four – your guess is as good as ours.

It could very much be an existing Capcom title or two which has yet to be announced. However, saying that, there is also a strong possibility that we could be taken by surprise entirely. Capcom has indeed teased the community before with talks about remaking certain titles for newer consoles. But again, that remains to be seen, and these are really only possibilities.

In a Conference Call Report published last year, Capcom mentioned Resident Evil 2 and possibly venturing down various other routes to bring back the early work catalogues to modern consoles. Plus, with the great success of the Resident Evil 2 remake, it’d sort of make sense to follow up with a Nemesis remaster. Or, we might even get a Dino Crisis remake according to a Twitter post made a while back.

Whatever it is that Capcom decides to do, it’s pretty clear that they’ve got enough content to work with and an entire loyal fanbase in the palms of their hands. So as far as Jump Festa 2020 goes, we can probably expect a couple of nice surprises next year from Capcom.

Jump Festa 2020 runs from the 21st December – 22nd December in Chiba, Japan.

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