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Japanese gaming magazine Dengeki PlayStation recently published its 600th issue, and the editors celebrated by publishing a far-reaching set of interviews with some of the country’s biggest developers. Thankfully, Siliconera has translated some of their more juicy chats, giving us an inside look at what Capcom is up to next.
For example, Resident Evil Producer Masachika Kawata revealed that Resident Evil 7 is still in the planning stages. He told Dengeki, “We’re currently not at a state to talk about it… but please stay tuned.”
Granted, that’s not a lot to go on. But it’s clearly in development, which is more than you can say for another entry in the Devil May Cry franchise or a single-player sequel to Dragon’s Dogma. Capcom Producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi shot down both those possibilities by saying, “They’re […] things I’d like to personally do, but there are no plans [for now].” Kobayashi also put the kibosh on any new entries in the Sengoku Basara series.
Oh well, at least Capcom is delivering a steady stream of Street Fighter V news to us.
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