Rumor: Capcom has Listed an Unnamed ‘Action/Adventure’ Game for E3 2018
With E3 2018 getting near every day, and with the Nintendo Switch performing so well, there will be plenty of big news when it comes to the world of handheld gaming. One recent rumor suggests that players can expect a huge announcement from Capcom, which has purportedly listed an untitled game it plans to unveil at the big show in June.
Check out the twitter post that released this information:
Capcom lists Action/Adventure title at E3 for X1/PC/NSW
— Ezereal ??? (@So_Ethereal) April 30, 2018
According to the post, the game is listed as an ‘Action/Adventure’ title, one that will supposedly be coming to PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. And, interestingly, not for PS4.
Players should take this post with a grain of salt, because this could be an unfounded rumour, but if it turns out to be true, it could mean the Nintendo Switch will get a new title that isn’t Resident Evil or Street Fighter. With Monster Hunter World having already hit PS4 and Xbox One, with the PC version coming soon, it seems unlikely to be anything from the MH universe. E3 2018 will run from June 12th – June 14th, 2018.
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