Captivate 2011 dated for April

By Johnny Cullen, Friday, 4 February 2011 05:48 GMT

Capcom’s confirmed the dates for this year’s edition of its Captivate event.

The news was confirmed in an investor’s Q&A released by the company.

The event, held for press for Capcom’s upcoming slate of titles, will take place on April 6-7.

Last year’s event seen announcements of Marvel vs Capcom 3, Bionic Command Rearmed 2, a western release of Okamiden for DS and more info on Dead Rising 2.

You can probably bet your bottom dollar that this year’s event will see more details on Street Fighter x Tekken, Ninja Theory’s DMC and more.

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