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Capcom Showcase 2023: how to watch it live and what to expect

Capcom will host a summer showcase event on Monday 12 June 2023. Here's how to watch it online and what could be announced.

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Capcom will stream a new showcase event online on 12 June, which should feature more than half-an-hour of game updates and trailers.

It coincides with the Summer Game Fest celebrations that will kick off on Thursday 8 June, so the coming days should be exciting for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, gaming PC, and Nintendo Switch owners at the very least.

Here’s how to watch the Capcom Showcase and possible titles that might feature.

When is the Capcom Showcase?

The Capcom Showcase will take place at 15:00 PDT on Monday 12 June. Here are the start times for your region:

  • US West Coast: 15:00 PDT
  • US East Coast: 18:00 EDT
  • UK: 23:00 BST
  • Central Europe: 00:00 CEST
  • India (New Delhi): 03:30 IST (13 June)
  • China (Beijing): 06:00 CST (13 June)
  • Japan (Tokyo): 07:00 JST (13 June)
  • Australia (Sydney): 08:00 AEST (13 June)

How to watch the Capcom Showcase 2023

You can watch the Capcom Showcase via the video at the top of this page.

Alternatively, you will be able to watch the event on Capcom’s own Twitch, YouTube and TikTok channels.

There is also a dedicated webpage for the event on Capcom’s own site.

What should you expect to see during the Capcom Showcase?

Capcom has confirmed that the showcase will run for “roughly 36 minutes” and feature updates on its “latest games”. It’ll also celebrate the publisher’s 40th anniversary.

It has also revealed three of the games that’ll feature: Dragon’s Dogma 2, which first debuted during the PlayStation Showcase in May, Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, and Exoprimal. The latter two will be released soon, in June and July respectively.

DLC announcements for Street Fighter 6 are also likely, considering it’s just hit stores. And, we’d be surprised if there wasn’t something on a Resident Evil game or two, considering the website states that some of the games to be shown won’t be suitable for children.

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