After the massive leak after the cyberattack on Capcom, more and more details of the titles the company has or had planned for the next four years are revealed. Among those data obtained (illegally, it should be clarified) are Street fighter 6, Dragon’s Dogma 2 Y Resident Evil 4 Remake.
This week, Capcom confirmed that they had been the target of a ransomware attack that compromised much of their information. The company, of course, claims that it did not negotiate with those who carried out the attack (the Ragnar Locker organization) and also disclosed that not only information from its games was compromised, but also data from its employees and customers. Until now, Capcom continues to work in conjunction with the Japanese police.
Street fighter 6 It is one of the titles whose information was leaked after this attack and, although it has not been verified that each and every one of the alleged leaks are real, IGN assures that its close sources confirmed the veracity of this title. Also on the list is a multiplayer mode for Resident Evil, Resident Evil Outbreak, Resident Evil 4 Remake, and Monster Hunter 6.
While a lot of leaked news could be real, it could also be projects that have no longer continued. We will have to wait for the situation in Capcom is resolved, and those titles are officially announced.