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Capcom is Bringing Devil May Cry 5 to Tokyo Game Show 2018

The Tokyo Game Show 2018 will be starring major Capcom titles which would be playable at the video game expo. The Chinese gaming event is going to take place in Makuhari Messe, China which just close to Tokyo. The TGS 2018 will be a 4-day event starting from 20 September till 23 September.

Capcom has revealed the list of their games which can be experienced at the show. The first of which is the highly anticipated action-adventure game, Devil May Cry 5. Devil May Cry 5 is expected to release next year, however, it is going to be playable at the TGS 2018.

Devil May Cry 5 is set in the aftermath of Devil May Cry 2, as confirmed by developers. After reports of the game to shift to a narrative based gameplay, Capcom confirmed that Devil May Cry 5 will stay true to the essence of the DMC series.

Next up in Capcom’s TGS 2018 lineup is Resident Evil 2. The remake has opened up so many possibilities to Capcom that they wish to release more like it. Perhaps fans seem to love a reliving a classic and this liking will be cashed in the form of Merchandise readily available at the Capcom panel.

Another larger-than-life addition to Capcom’s lineup is the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection video game. The game was an epic trip down the memory lane for the fans of the Street Fighter series hence it is something to look forward to at the show. Moreover, the game also has some secret characters to be unlocked.

Meanwhile, Mega Man 11 is also included in the TGS 2018 lineup for Capcom. The upcoming action platform video game was announced last year and is due later this year. Mega Man 11 will also part of the Capcom live streams along with Dragon’s Dogma Online, Devil May Cry 5 and several others in between 22nd and 23rd September.

On top of all that, a Monster Hunter Tournament is also in order for TGS 2018. Additionally, this Capcom lineup only comprises the games which have been announced. We might be in for some surprises at the show or even before it starts. A shooting range is also planned at the hall-7 booth based on Resident Evil 2, which is a combined effort with Marui.

A fascinating lineup from Bandai Namco was also revealed which showcases titles like the God Eater 3, Dragon Ball and Ace Combat 7. Moreover, a walking simulator is also coming to the Tokyo Game Show. Therefore, such things make it hard to miss this epic event coming up.