In Capcom’s new Business Divisional Strategies and Projections Plan for 2018, the developer has stated that it plans on releasing “two major titles” for early 2019.
Capcom has already had one major release this year in the form of Monster Hunter: World, meaning a sequel or spin-off from that series will be unlikely. Possibilities for a major title includes Devil May Cry V, which has had major rumours circulate since 2017, as well as Dead Rising V and a remake of Resident Evil 2.
Other potential outliers for a major release includes a sequel to Dragon’s Dogma or a Switch port of Monster Hunter: World.
The update also included information on consumer strategies with Monster Hunter: World, which includes a commitment to future updates to “maintain player’s interests and catalogue sales.” Capcom also revealed that the game shipped over eight million units, with the PC release still forthcoming.