Earlier this month, a cyberattack was orchestrated on Capcom, compromising personal details of staff members and even Capcom Store members in North America. In total, around 1TB worth of data was stolen. Several details of Capcom’s upcoming projects have come to light.
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These include leaked images and internal documents that show details of Resident Evil Village’s release date, promotional editions, Devil May Cry 2 source code, and localization of The Great Ace Attorney games.
Resident Evil Village is targeted for a late April 2021 release date and includes a Digital Deluxe, Collector’s Edition, and E-Capcom only. The Digital Deluxe Edition appears to include the extra DLC pack, while the Collector’s Edition consists of figurines and an artbook.
There are also details on the “Extra DLC Pack” as well as pre-order benefits.
Furthermore, there are plans to localize The Great Ace Attorney and release it alongside the original Ace Attorney Trilogy Collection.
The Ace Attorney Trilogy Collection was released for the 3DS on 2014 and then ported over to the Switch on 2019. The upcoming collection appears to include The Great Ace Attorney 1 & 2 (both of which hadn’t been localized yet) and the Ace Attorney Trilogy Collection.
However, there are no signs of the 4th, 5th, and 6th mainline Ace Attorney games: Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice, which seems odd, as they have not yet been given the HD rework the same way the original trilogy had.
However, fans can be excited for The Great Ace Attorney, which features Sherlock Holmes, and he will allegedly be named “Herlock Sholmes” to skirt around any possible legal issues with Arthur Conan Doyle’s “Sherlock Holmes.”
Please note that this renaming has not yet been officially confirmed. Furthermore, Ace Attorney Anime is to be released on Netflix and Amazon.
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