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Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium

Some new updates have just surfaced for both Capcom Arcade Stadium and Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium, Capcom’s two arcade game collections. 

Both games are receiving similar new features, such as a new Turbo shot speed mode for certain games, the ability to operate the camera with the right stick, and game settings being saved individually for each game. Savage Bees in Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium is also gaining the option to switch name entry language between English and Japanese.

Here are full patch notes for both games’ updates:

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium trailer

With Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium about to make its debut, a new launch trailer has come in. The video showcases the various games included in the piecemeal collection.

Here’s an overview with more information:

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium release date

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium has received its final release date. The digital will launch on July 22, Capcom announced today.

For those that missed yesterday’s news, here’s a rundown of games included:

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium game list

The full list of games included in Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium has been leaked due to Microsoft Store listings.

This actually isn’t the first leak for the upcoming release. Before Capcom even made its existence known, it was outed by a rating in Korea.

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium has been made official. The release was hinted at with a rating that was discovered earlier in the month, but an official announcement has now dropped.

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium will feature another batch of 32 arcade classics. It’s also been confirmed that the 1984 title SonSon will be a free download. Additionally, those that pre-order or pick up Capcom Fighting Collection at launch will receive Three Wonders as a bonus.

Capcom Arcade Stadium

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium could be announced soon, based on a new rating. The Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea just recently added in a classification for the title. While it was rated specifically for PC, the original Capcom Arcade Stadium ended up on multiple platforms, including Switch – that would likely happen with the “sequel” as well.

In an interview we translated last year, the team behind Capcom Arcade Stadium indicated that it had more plans in the future. It now seems that a whole new release is on the way with its own set of classics.

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