A massive number of classic Capcom video games are coming to Microsoft’s Xbox One and Xbox Series X consoles in May as part of Capcom Arcade Stadium.
Capcom Arcade Stadium is essentially a single hub for all 32 of these titles which will eventually be available to buy individually or as part of three different bundles. The individual bundles and game purchases aren’t yet live in the Microsoft Store but one massive collection containing all of the games, Capcom Arcade Stadium Packs 1, 2, and 3, is now up for pre-order.
Those who buy this bundle before June 7th will get a number of bonus in-game arcade cabinet skins though it’s worth noting that the official store description does state that this content may be available to buy individually at a later date.
Here’s the listing:
Relive the Capcom classics! 1943 -The Battle of Midway- comes as a free download!
Shooters, fighting, action—all your favorite genres in this exciting collection! Capcom Arcade Stadium brings back all the nostalgia of the arcade, while adding in new and exciting features you’ll wish you had back then!
Just Like the Good Old Days: From 3D-rendered arcade cabinets to scanline filters, there’s everything you need to recreate that arcade atmosphere. Fully customizable display settings let you craft your own personal experience and truly relive the glory days of arcade gaming.
Brand New Ways to Play: With gameplay rewind, speed adjustment, and the ability to save and load your game at any time, your old favorites will feel new all over again! Every game has online leaderboard rankings, so you can see where you stack up against players all over the world! Capcom Arcade Stadium, where retro appeal meets cutting-edge features for a fresh take on Capcom’s classics!
And here’s a very retro announcement trailer:
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