Few question the fact that Capcom is one of the most fit companies in the market today. The success achieved with the new installments of well-known series such as Resident Evil, Devil May Cry or Monster Hunter so testify, but is there time in the developer for new IP? Ryozo Tsujimoto, its corporate director, does not rule it out although it does not make it a priority today.
” We are not giving up the idea of creating new characters and series, simply our plan to bring back and refreshing existing sagas is not going very well, ” explained the Capcom executive in an interview with VGC. ” Despite this, we do not see the possibility of creating new original adventures in the future. & Quot;
Over the past five years the Osaka editor has focused his efforts, as Tsujimoto stated, on series designed years ago with triumphs in criticism and salts as Resident Evil 2, Monster Hunter: World or Devil May Cry 5. For a fully original release you have to go to the times of PS3 and Xbox 360 with the much loved Dragon’s Dogma or Remember Me, developed by Dontnod Entertainment.