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Schedule of panels for Capcom at the SDCC 2018.

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San Diego Comic Con 2018 is just around the corner, taking place at the San Diego Convention Center from July 19-22 in San Diego, CA! Stop by the Capcom booth (Hall A, Booth #215) for some of the latest demos and signings. Be sure to attend our four exciting panels taking place in Room 6BCF!

Demos

Resident Evil 2 (Available January 25, 2019) - Once again, enter the survival horror when Resident Evil 2 comes to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC! Raccoon City has been rebuilt from the ground-up to offer a new gameplay experience in a hauntingly familiar environment. Be one of the first to play this highly anticipated remake, with a demo featuring Leon S. Kennedy as he explores the Raccoon City Police Department.

Mega Man 11 (Available October 2) - Get equipped with classic gameplay combined with fresh new abilities in the Blue Bomber’s new quest! Play through Block Man’s colorful and challenging stage in Mega Man’s latest adventure crafted by a veteran development team at Capcom, and utilize the new Double Gear System to enhance Mega Man’s abilities in a fun new way. Mega Man 11 is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC later this year.

Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2 (Available July 24) – The world of Mega Man X is at your fingertips with eight futuristic adventures featuring X, Zero, and Axl battling against Mavericks, high-tech robots gone bad. Check out all eight games ranging from 16-bit to 32-bit and beyond, and test your skills in the new X Challenge mode, pitting X against pairs of Mavericks ahead of next week’s launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC!
Mega Man 30th Anniversary - Celebrate 30 years of the Blue Bomber with the talented developers veterans from Capcom. Producers Kazuhiro Tsuchiya (Mega Man 11) and Nonaka Daizo (Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2) discuss their exciting work on the iconic side-scrolling series in a panel moderated by Capcom’s Tim Turi. Get equipped with behind-the-scenes insight on the brand-new Mega Man 11 and other recent titles. The festivities will include trivia, prizes, and more.

World of Capcom - If you have played video games at all in the last thirty years, chances are you may have played a game from Capcom. Think Resident Evil, Street Fighter or even the latest hit Monster Hunter World. Capcom continues to develop original and exciting game franchises for next generation game consoles. Come sit with the team from Capcom and learn about what is coming next!

Resident Evil Video Games - You have once again entered the world of survival horror. Hear from the producer (Yoshiaki Hirabayashi) and staff of the recently announced Resident Evil 2 on how Capcom reinvented a celebrated classic 20 years later. Get an exclusive behind the scenes look at Leon Kennedy, Claire Redfield, the Raccoon City outbreak and a few other surprises you won’t want to miss. Cosplay is encouraged.

Building Powerful Characters Featuring Street Fighter - Celebrating 30 years as the iconic fighting game franchise, Street Fighter features a cast of characters with something for everybody. In this very special event perfect for curious new challengers and seasoned champs alike, Capcom staff from the US and Japan will give you an exclusive peek behind the creation of Cody, the latest character in Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition.

Signings

We have quite a few signings this year at San Diego Comic Con! While most signings will take place at the Capcom booth, there are a few at other locations. Please refer to the table below for all the information you’ll need to make sure you have room in your schedule to attend.

Panels and times in the link.
 
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You know what I'd really like to see a Namco, SNK, and Capcom merger. All three companies are very familiar with one another and have worked to together in the past. The combining of their franchises would do nothing but strengthen all of them.

The excitement of Soul Calibur with Samurai Shodown characters. Dante is a playable characters in a newly designed FInal Fight. and more Namco X Capcom goodness.