Capcom has announced that it will be streaming two presentations online during Tokyo Game Show.
The first presentation, titled Capcom Online Program, will take place on September 15 at 10am ET / 3pm BST.
This will be a pre-recorded presentation and will feature “all the latest Capcom news”.
The second presentation will be dedicated entirely to Street Fighter 6, and will start on September 16 at 11am ET / 4pm BST.
Capcom is not yet confirming what will be shown during the first presentation, simply stating: “What will be revealed? Details to follow.”
However, it points out that Exoprimal, Street Fighter 6 and Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection will be playable on the show floor at Tokyo Game Show.
This year’s Tokyo Game Show will be a public physical event for the first time in three years.
TGS 2022 will be held for four days from Thursday, September 15 to Sunday, September 18 at its traditional venue of the Makuhari Messe in Chiba City, with business and general visitors able to attend.
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For the past two years, TGS has been a digital-only event, with last year’s show allowing some domestic journalists and influencers to attend a behind-closed-doors section via special invitation.
The 2022 show will continue the live broadcast portion first introduced in 2020, with “most” programs planning to stream in both Japanese and English.
TGS is one of a number of notable industry events returning to physical. Gamescom 2022 is set to take place from August 24-28 and will be a hybrid event held on-site in Cologne and simultaneously online.
Meanwhile, E3, which was cancelled entirely this year, will return as an in-person event in 2023.