Capcom has announced that they will offer four playable demos at their New York Comic-Con booth (#1420) this weekend.
NYCC attendees will be the first folks in North America to get a chance to try out Umbrella Corps, a Resident Evil-themed team shooter that was first revealed at last month’s Tokyo Game Show. And speaking of Capcom’s undead franchise, a demo of Resident Evil 0 will also be available. Both games are scheduled to be released early next year.
If you’re looking for new announcements, look no further than Street Fighter V. Capcom will offer a playable demo of the fighting game on the show floor and the publisher is strongly hinting that Executive Producer Yoshinori Ono will reveal another new challenger over the weekend. Finally, the currently-available Mega Man Legacy Collection will also be available to try out in all its retro glory.
Capcom will also host a pair of panels this weekend including a “World of Capcom” panel on Thursday, October 8 and a Street Fighter V panel on Saturday, October 10.
More details on all four playable demos can be found after the break.
Capcom at New York-Comic-Con 2015
Umbrella Corps – This event marks the first time fans in North America will have the opportunity to play Umbrella Corps, the new fast-paced third-person multiplayer shooter set in the Resident Evil universe. Coming early 2016 to PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.
Street Fighter V – Get fists-on time with the latest in the legendary fighting game franchise. Spend time with all the recently announced roster additions including Karin, Rashid, and Zangief, and fists will fly if another new challenger decides to join the fight. Coming Spring 2016 to PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.
Resident Evil 0 – All aboard the Ecliptic Express in this beautifully remastered version of the story of what really happened before the iconic mansion incident that was the catalyst for the entire Resident Evil saga. Coming early 2016 to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC.
Mega Man Legacy Collection – Play all six of the original 8-bit Mega Man games, dig through a long history of concept sketches and production art, and post your best times in more than 50 remixed challenge stages. Out now digitally for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. Coming early 2016 digitally for the Nintendo 3DS system, in addition to physical versions for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo 3DS.