Capcom leak reveals Power Stone Remake in the works

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?

[Via: Push Square]


5 responses to “Capcom leak reveals Power Stone Remake in the works

  1. Capcom just became the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) of movie releases. *lol*

  2. Danthrax says:

    Well, I think those release “dates” are in fiscal years, so “Q3 2023” probably means the last three months of calendar year 2022. So a Power Stone remake is two years away, if this leak is to be believed.

  3. TKOhh says:

    I certainly look forward to the Power Stone remake, if this leaked information holds true. Sure, Capcom historically releases several iterations of its Street Fighter titles, but that tactic never bothered me. I don’t get excited by a Street Fighter release anymore. Power Stone, however, is a rare jewel that Capcom has neglected since its Dreamcast tenure. The game will be a nostalgic shot when I get my hands on it.

  4. Maro Hirui says:

    It seems that a few years ago, Capcom stopped being crappy, and started delivering top quality titles. The best thing is that the company is getting better and better. Capcom is undergoing another golden era, akin to the beginning of the 1990s. Couldn’t be happier about it.

  5. Antonio says:

    this has got to happen please 🙏🏿

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