The Capcom data breach has only worsened as the company’s release schedule for the next few years is made public.
Earlier this week, a large amount of information concerning Capcom’s projects was leaked online, as a result of a severe data breach.
Now even more has been shared online, including what could very well be Capcom’s release schedule for the next four years, revealing a number of unannounced games.
A couple of the games listed people already knew about, such as the Resident Evil 4 remake and Street Fighter 6, but it also mentions remakes of classic Capcom IPs like Final Fight and Power Stone (aka the best game ever made).
In addition, there’s mention of a sequel to 2012 action role-playing game Dragon’s Dogma, something which was suspected following its re-release on Nintendo Switch last year and it recently getting a Netflix adaptation.
However, it should be noted that this schedule could very well be out of date and that plans may have changed and some of these projects could already have been cancelled.
The information noticeably fails to mention the new Ace Attorney collection that was part of the first leak and Pragmata, a new IP that was officially announced for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S in 2022.
According to IGN, though, its sources close to Capcom say that the majority of the games listed, including Dragon’s Dogma 2, are indeed real.
The ransomware attack that led to this info being acquired is also believed to have compromised personal information, including details on current and former Capcom employees.
Criminal organisation Ragnar has taken responsibility for the attack and initially demanded a ransom in exchange for the compromised information; a demand that Capcom appears to have denied.
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