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This modder added VR support to Resident Evil Village when Capcom refused

Modder Praydog, who previously added VR support to Resident Evils 2 and 3, has now brought the headset-based immersive gaming of the future to Resident Evils 7 and Village. Ian Higton at Eurogamer got the chance to sample the nearly-finished mod ahead of its release. Praydog intends to release it for free, but you can also support his future VR projects by backing his Patreon.
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Mortal Kombat Creator Calls for Sega vs. Capcom Fighting Game

Over the years, the heroes and villains of Capcom have battled it out in fighting games with characters from Marvel, Tatsunoko, Tekken, and SNK. However, if Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon had his way, the next Capcom crossover would pit characters like Mega Man and Chun-Li against Sega mascots like Sonic the Hedgehog and Amy Rose. Capcom and Sega are two of the oldest publishers in the video game industry, and both are responsible for some of the most beloved franchises in all of gaming. It's actually kind of surprising to think that a crossover game hasn't happened yet!
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Capcom plans to release “multiple major new titles” in the next year

Capcom has confirmed that it will release “multiple major new titles” by March 31 2023. The news comes as part of the company’s financial results report for the fiscal year that ended March 31 2022. The company has announced plans to release a total of 45 units (aka games) versus the 24 games it released the year before. It is aiming to sell a total of 37 million units with 10million units coming from new games and the others stemming from older titles.
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‘Apex Legends’ has made more than $2billion so far

EA has announced that Apex Legends has achieved $2billion in net bookings since its launch in February 2019. During EA’s latest earnings call, the company announced that the battle royale game achieved the impressive total during its fourth fiscal quarter which ended March 31 2022. The net bookings for the game were up 40 per cent year-on-year with half of the game’s lifetime net bookings reached during the past fiscal year.
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