The panel begins with Brett Elston recapping the release of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite.
Sigma, Black Panther, and Monster Hunter join the game, and they’re playable in a new build on the show floor.
After playing the new trailer featuring the King of Wakanda and Mega Man’s enemy, showcasing their fighting styles and special moves, they announced new Funko POP! vinyl figures for Black Panther and Monster Hunter in divine armors.
They’re also releasing variant colors of the POP!s, with a white Panther and a blue Monster Hunter.
They explained how the Infinity Stones disrupt tournament play, with second place players in tournaments taking the Infinite Stones for future play. Players who came in second place in the latest “Battle for the Stones” tournaments claim the stones to be used in tournaments.
Then Elston revealed what capabilities the Stones have that have already been claimed. The Soul Stone allows players to erase a loss in 3 out of 5 sets, and the Space Stone allows them to switch spots in brackets.
The recently announced Street Fighter V: Arcade Mode was next, revealing that owners of the existing game will get all the modes and updates for free in an update.
There will be a new UI and VS screen, the Barrel mini game is back. There will also be paths themed after each Street Fighter game from 1 through 4. There will also be an Extra Battle mode, allowing opportunities to defeat special NPCs and earn fight money or new costumes.
Tim Turi then spoke about Puzzle Fighter, a new addition in the popular gem-fighter that will be released for mobile.
The game will have characters like Morigan from Darkstalkers and Chuck Greene from Dead Rising 2.
Triston Corbett spoke about Monster Hunter World, due out in January next year. They played a trailer showing off some new monsters and locations, with the fan-favorite hack-and-slash gigantic creatures-action everyone loves.
Corbett spoke about how the new game is going to be the most accessible for fans who may not have played the game before. He discussed some new monsters for the game, and teased some new environments for the game.
There are jungles, mountains, and desert locations that have their own "living, breathing ecosystems," as Corbett referred to it. He explained that monsters will be fighting each other in a "vicious food chain," with some monsters in the wild preying on smaller and weaker creatures.
The game is built for co-operative play, but there aren't going to be separate questlines for single players or co-op players. It is all being designed for players to tackle with each other, though they can play alone if they choose.
The team then spoke about Okami HD, with Turi playing up the return of Amaterasu.
Turi spoke about the game for fans who haven't played the Wii classic. The game will release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in December.
With that brief mention out of the way, Turi spoke about Dead Rising 4: Frank's Big Package. The rerelease will come with all of the DLC from the original game in its debut for PlayStation 4.
The former Xbox exclusive has a new mode called Capcom Heroes. The mode brings classic Capcom characters into the world of Dead Rising, allowing fans to play as Cammi, Mega Man, Sissel from Ghost Trick, Adam the Clown from Dead Rising 1, Dante from Devil May Cry, Zombie Frank, and Classic Frank.
The mode will updated to all versions of Dead Rising 4 when Frank's Big Package releases in December.
Capcom is releasing a version of their newest entry in the Resident Evil series, praised for pushing the series forward.
The Gold Edition of Resident Evil VII will be released on December 12, including all of the content that has been added on since release.
The End of Zoe DLC was teased, though they were coy about story details. They revealed Not A Hero DLC, which will be free for all players; this additional mission will feature series mainstay Chris Redfield as the playable protagonist.
Turi then spoke about Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2 coming to the Nintendo Switch, teasing the storylines and Raid Modes in both games.
Turi wrapped up the panel with an announcement of a new addition to the Revelations collection. Two retro games will be included in the package, with a Duck Hunt-style zombie shooter called "Ghost Ship Panic," and a Ghouls 'N Ghosts clone called "Ghouls 'N Homonculi."