Capcom has said it will skip out on its annual Captivate event this year, and will instead be focusing on E3, Comic-Con and PAX. According to SVP Christian Svensson, the firm will make any “announcements around other events or not at events at all,” instead. The announcement was made on Capcom Unity. Thanks, Siliconera.
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