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Capcom Leaks Reveal Dragon’s Dogma 2, Street Fighter 6, and Possibly More

The consequences of the data breach at Capcom continue with more games leaking online. A supposed screenshot of the leaks shows a Capcom development program for the next four years, and at least some parts of this list are believed to be legitimate, including Dragon’s Dogma 2 and Street Fighter 6 lists.

Capcom confirmed that he was the victim of a ransomware attack that caused unauthorized access to his network. Capcom says corporate, employee, and customer information may have been compromised as a result of this attack. Later, the material from these leaks was published on the Internet.

As more information continues to leak from leaked data packets, Capcom’s alleged game development plans for the next four years seem to hit the internet. The program includes a mix of sequels and remakes, while others are listed only under their code names.

List of big names listed in the mentioned program:

Resident Evil Outbreak – Q4 FY21

Dragon’s Dogma 2 – Q2 FY22

Street Fighter 6 – Q3 FY22

Rockman [Mega Man in North America] Match – Q3 FY22

Resident Evil 4 Remake – Q4 FY22

Monster Hunter 6 – Q2 FY23

Biohazard Apocalypse – Q3 FY23

“SSF6” – Q4 FY23

Final Fight Remake – Q2 FY24

Power Stone Remake – Q3 FY24

Ultra SF6 – Q4 FY24

Resident Evil Hank [likely, “Hunk”] – Q4 FY24

Sources have confirmed that some of the games on the list are legal (including Dragon’s Dogma 2 and Street Fighter 6) but potentially out of date. Many other games that occur in the leak are listed under their code names.

Capcom detected ransomware attacks in the early morning hours of November 2, 2020. Capcom says it will continue to coordinate with law enforcement in Japan and the United States and will continue to measure the overall damage caused by the attack. Capcom also assured its customers that its online services, website, and games are safe to access.

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