Today, Japanese gaming studio Capcom launched a queer countdown website, ticking for an unknown reveal scheduled to take place on the evening of Sunday, February 20. Howbeit, the content yet remained unexplored.
The countdown ticking on the unknown Capcom website will reveal the content on February 20 at 10 pm PT, 11:30 am IST / 1 am ET / 6 am GMT (Feb 21). So, let’s delve into the quick revelation of the unveiled content.
There’s no exact information from the studio for where precisely the countdown is ticking. Where it could take the fans, remain a big unanswered question. However, its time-lapse co-occurs with two things – one with the conclusion date of the studio’s highly anticipated Street Fighter Pro Tour Season Final. Another is a possible remake of Resident Evil 4.
The timing could be an intervention. The Street Fighter series celebrates its 35th anniversary later this year, and the studio already confirmed that it would commemorate the most significant occasion in the history of Capcom.
“Please look forward to the future development of the Street Fighter series,” Capcom said. The company Celebrated Street Fighter’s birthday with software in the past. Combining all the information, there might be a chance to see a revamped version of Street Fighter Pro Tour Season Final.
On the flip side, we might expect the unexpected remake of Resident Evil 4 from the studio. Though it isn’t confirmed, the connection between the theme of the ticking countdown and “Resident Evil 4” is pretty similar; while juxtaposing with the previous speculation, it makes nothing but shoots up the exhilaration of the game.
As per the recent leaks, the Resident Evil 4 will likely be a wild ride for its fans, albeit without Mikami on the flight; the game promises to bring more felicitous content inside the game. The game is not focused on a faithful scene-by-scene remake. Moreover, there would be some changes going to happen. For instance, the horror game timeline will be replaced with a new one.
We’ve seen the protagonist Leon S. Kennedy boarding up to a European village proliferated with zombies during the day. However, in the remake, sunlight has been replaced with Moonlight. The game will happen at night. It will offer a “spookier” theme to the game. Further, the remake will concentrate on the importance of the game’s side roles and ensure they show up on the screen for enough time, unlike the original version. Eventually, it all comes as proofless speculation.