A high-profile leak has revealed lots of details about upcoming Capcom games, including Resident Evil Village and Monster Hunter Rise.
The leak came about following an attack on Capcom’s servers on November 2. At the time, the publisher announced that some of its data had been compromised. It later became known that the hack was a ransomware attack designed to force Capcom to pay to keep the data secure.
In a press release today, Capcom confirmed all the information that it believes has been involved in the leak. This includes personal details of current and former employees along with marketing materials such as sales targets. The company’s offices in Canada, Japan, and the US are all affected.
The most interesting gaming revelations from the leak (as reported on ResetEra) are that Resident Evil Village will come to both PS4 and Xbox One. The game had previously been announced only for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S but now looks to be coming to the older consoles as well.
Meanwhile, the leak also confirmed reports that Monster Hunter Rise will arrive on PC late next year in addition to its launch on Nintendo Switch.
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