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  1. Recently someone hacked Capcom and got terabytes upon terabytes of hidden company data, including the source code to a lot of Capcom games. It looks like the hackers will slow drip information on Capcom games and one of the new updates is some of the games that the company is working on. One of the big ones that most SEGA fans will be into is a ‘Power Stone Remake’ which was slated to release in Q3 2024, so years off. Here is a list of a ton of other games, apparently being worked on at Capcom: Resident Evil Outrage – Q4 2021 Dragon’s Dogma 2 – Q2 2022 Street Fighter 6 – Q3 2022 Mega Man Match – Q3 2022 Resident Evil 4 Remake – Q4 2022 Onimusha New Work – Q4 2022 Monster Hunter 6 – Q2 2023 Biohazard Apocalypse – Q3 2023 Super Street Fighter 6 – Q4 2023 Final Fight Remake – Q2 2024 Power Stone Remake – Q3 2024 Ultra Street Fighter 6 – Q4 2024 Captain Commando – Q4 2024 Resident Evil Hank – Q4 2024 How do you guys feel that Capcom is already planning on releasing Street Fighter 6, up to 3 times with various DLC before the game is even shown? http://segabits.com/blog/2020/11/19/capcom-leak-reveals-power-stone-remake-in-the-works/ While this thing does start to read a bit like fan fiction — a Power Stone remake? Wow! — we need to remember that video game companies as big as Capcom are always planning ahead, often years and years in advance. What's more, the document itself does look fairly legit. If it is real, then Capcom's got one hell of a generation lined up. It's just a shame that this supposed leak follows on what has been a terrible time for the company and its employees. The aforementioned ransomware attack compromised a lot of personal data, and is obviously being treated as a criminal act by the authorities. https://www.pushsquare.com/news/2020/11/rumour_massive_capcom_leak_reveals_dragons_dogma_2_street_fighter_6_new_monster_hunter_onimusha_more Capcom has confirmed that it’s been subject to a devastating ransomware attack, which has exposed game details, employee data, and much more. As part of a press release published earlier today, the Japanese publisher explained that it’s been the victim of a “customised ransomware attack”, with upwards of 350,000 items of personal information at stake. The firm has already verified that “sales reports, financial information, and nine items of personal information from current and former employees” have been exposed, but there may yet be more data revealed, including the personal information of customers, business partners, applicants, and staff, including phone numbers and shareholder numbers. The one underlying positive is that the publisher is confident no credit card numbers have been exposed, but this is still enormously damaging for the organisation. Unannounced plans – such as the existence of a new Ace Attorney collection for the PlayStation 4, as well as a tentative April 2021 release date for Resident Evil: Village – have also emerged online. https://www.pushsquare.com/news/2020/11/devastating_capcom_ransomware_attack_exposes_game_details_employee_data [source capcom.co.jp, via bbc.co.uk, eurogamer.net]
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