We already knew that Capcom would be present at the upcoming 2016 New York comic Con, as they have mentioned they would be showing off the Street Fighter V Halloween costumes. They’ve now announced their entire gaming line-up that will be present at the show. Capcom will be on hand, not only showing off several titles but also providing some hands on with playable demos and even a chance to win some prizes.

If you’re heading out to the 2016 New York comic Con, be sure to stop by booth #1420 to check out the following titles.

  • Resident Evil 7 biohazard (PlayStation 4 with optional PlayStation VR mode, Xbox One, Windows PC; Coming January 24, 2017) – Experience a disturbingly realistic PlayStation VR demo that delivers an intense up close and personal look at the game. In the demo, explore the sinister plantation mansion and encounter Marguerite Baker of the disturbed Baker family. Resident Evil 7 is the next major entry in the renowned survival horror franchise, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. This demo is making its North American event debut at NYCC.
  • Dead Rising 4 (Xbox One, Windows PC; Coming December 6, 2016) – Frank West makes his heroic return to Willamette to investigate a new zombie outbreak during the holiday season. Equipped with his wit, his camera, and a whole lot of duct tape, tear up the zombie hordes with a huge number of combo weapons and vehicles, or just tear up the landscape with all-new EXO Suits.
  • Street Fighter V (PlayStation 4, PC; Available Now) – Vice President of the Illuminati and recent roster addition Urien, plus, the upcoming Halloween costumes and themed stage are all playable at the event. Fans ready for a challenge can also sign up for tournaments throughout the weekend at the Capcom booth for a chance to win prizes.

New York Comic Con 2016 starts tomorrow, October 6th, 2016 and runs until October 9th, 2016. Tickets are all sold out, so unless you hit up Ebay or Reddit, if you really want to go. 

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