Today, the Capcom Spotlight livestream shone a light on some titles and updates heading our way in 2023, as well as trailers for previously announced games. Here’s a wrap-up of the Xbox new that was revealed earlier today.
Suit Up with Exoprimal on July 14
Firstly, we learned that upcoming action title Exoprimal has a release date. Players will soon be able to suit up and take down ferocious dinosaurs when the game launches on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows PC, Cloud, and day one with Xbox Game Pass on July 14.
A trailer shown gave us a new look at the ten exosuits featured in the game, as well as a glimpse at Exoprimal’s Season 1: Premium Tier. Players can access either the free or premium battle pass tier, which will unlock new character cosmetics, weapon skins, and more.
An open beta for Exoprimal is also on the way later this month, where you’ll be able to hop in and face off against the dino hordes ahead of launch. The beta will be available from March 16 to March 19. Pre-download will be available on the Xbox Store starting March 15 at 6pm PT. You can learn more about what’s in store with our latest Exoprimal preview here on Xbox Wire.
Try Resident Evil 4 Today with New Chainsaw Demo for Xbox Series X|S
Fans of Resident Evil, rejoice! The Chainsaw demo for the awaited remake of Resident Evil 4 launches today. Jump into the game’s opening moments as Leon S. Kennedy and get sucked into the horror ahead of the full release of the game.
Resident Evil 4 is heading to Xbox Series X|S on March 24. You can download the Resident Evil 4: Chainsaw Demo here on the Xbox Store.
Face Fearsome New Monsters Next Month in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak
A brand-new expansion is heading to Monster Hunter Rise. Gear up and get ready to head to Elgado Outpost in Sunbreak, heading to Xbox consoles next month.
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak takes place after the events of the main game and will introduce fearsome new monsters to battle, including the western horror-inspired Three Lords. The expansion also introduces fresh new locales, new characters, and brand-new actions, such as the Switch Skill Swap which makes changing abilities a breeze.
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak launches on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows PC on April 28. Monster Hunter Rise is available to play today with Game Pass.
Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective Revived for Xbox
A Nintendo DS classic is heading to Xbox consoles in the summer. Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, the supernatural puzzler from Ace Attorney director Shu Takumi, casts you as a ghost tasked with uncovering the mystery of your own death.
The game has been updated to include high-resolution graphics, an increased frame rate, language support and an upgraded user interface. It also includes new arrangements of all 37 music tracks featured in the original game, as well as a brand-new original soundtrack from original composer Masakazu Sugimori.
This shiny new version of a spooky classic will launch on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One on June 30.
Final Street Fighter 6 Commentator Announced
Capcom revealed that Japanese actress Hikaru Takahashi is the final color commentator heading to Street Fighter 6’s Real Time Commentary feature.
The feature provides real-time narrative over your in-game fights, and Takahashi’s addition brings the roster of commentators up to eight, four play-by-play commentators and four color commentators.
Street Fighter 6 is set to launch on Xbox Series X|S on June 2.
And that’s all the Xbox news coming out of today’s Capcom Spotlight! Don’t forget to take advantage of some fantastic discounts on Capcom games right now on the Xbox Store during its publisher sale. Save big on titles like, Monster Hunter Rise, Capcom Fighting Bundle, Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Bundle, and Resident Evil Raccoon City Edition, and more! Check out the Capcom Publisher Sale here on Xbox.com.
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