David Reeves pledges DLC future for Capcom Europe

Capcom embarking on new digital era

New Capcom Europe boss David Reeves has declared his interest in having more DLC produced for the studio’s titles.

Speaking to MCV
, Reeves said: “Capcom hasn’t been reluctant to go digital, but it hasn’t really embraced the model where you release a game and keep it going every three months with DLC.”

“We need to get into that and market the great IPs that we have digitally as well as we do on disc. That’s where we’re heading for,” he added.

Reeves also stated his intentions to double Capcom’s market share in the next four to five years.

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