Capcom Announces Lineup for TGS 2016, Includes Resident Evil 7 and Project Palm

Capcom will also have a stage event for Monster Hunter Stories.

Posted By | On 19th, Aug. 2016

Tokyo Games Show 2015 broke records, and this year might do just the same. With September approaching fast, attending developers and publishers will start revealing their lineup, and Capcom was one of the first. The industry-giant officially announced their planned lineup for the show through their Japanese site.

Monster Hunter Stories, Monster Hunter Spirits, Resident Evil 7, and Project Palm are all going to be present at the convention, with Monster Hunter Stories getting its own stage event, as well as streaming sessions. The game is considered the series’ first ever RPG title. Set for release in Japan, it will also support amiibo figures, with the game getting its own figures close to its release date.

Capcom still has much to reveal regarding Resident Evil’s upcoming instalment in the franchise, Resident Evil 7. Tokyo Games Show 2016 runs from September 15 through September 18, with streaming events set to take place daily, except for  the 16th.


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