3 Things We Want From Capcom's E3 2021 Presentation

Capcom's E3 presentation is on the horizon, what are some of the things that we want for this year's announcements? | Photo by Capcom
Capcom's E3 presentation is on the horizon, what are some of the things that we want for this year's announcements? | Photo by Capcom

Capcom is expected to have a small impact of announcements for this year's E3. As to what Capcom could have to potentially "win" E3, these are some of the things that we would love to see from Capcom's E3 block.

This year's E3 will likely see announcements for updates on the new Ace Attorney series and likely DLC releases for Resident Evil Village. A little disheartening for those who love the other franchises of Capcom, especially if we're expecting E3 to be the stage for massive releases.

3 Things We Want From Capcom's E3 2021 Presentation

1. Mega Man Battle Network Series Announcement

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Photo by Capcom

The Mega Man series has had its fair share of some modern updates and releases in recent time, however, it's about time that Battle Network (called Rockman.EXE in Japan) gets some love too. As its release on the Gameboy Advance was met with great reception, why wouldn't Capcom make a new game for its most underrated Mega Man franchise. Fortunately for us, it could be possible, as the game's developers are not opposed to creating a port for consoles today

2. A New Fighting Game

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Photo by Capcom, Marvel

With the departure of Street Fighter series producer, Yoshinori Ono, from the company last year, the direction that either Street Fighter or Marvel vs. Capcom could go towards may be the best. Ono has had his fair share of criticism by the fighting game community for Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite and Street Fighter V, and a new game for either franchise is just what we're looking for right now. The newest release of Guilty Gear: Strive should not go uncontested, and this is Capcom's chance to swoon the fighting game community with another amazing title - even though we're overdue for "Mahvel."

3. Dragon's Dogma 2 Announcement

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Photo by Capcom

A sequel for Dragon's Dogma simply needs to happen. The appeal for how well the game played has gone criminally underrated, only outshined by the shinier and more popular Monster Hunter series. Though Dragon's Dogma does offer a similar note to Monster Hunter and Dark Souls, it offers a deeper and creative gameplay in order to slay monsters. Dragon's Dogma is simply just pure, unadulterated fun.