Capcom is hitting San Deigo Comic-Con for Mega Man’s 30th anniversary with a special panel on Thursday, July 19th and has announced their booth will also feature playable demos for the upcoming Nintendo Switch releases, Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 and 2, and Mega Man 11. The company is expected to also give more information on their new animated television show Mega Man: Fully Charged scheduled to premiere on Cartoon Network sometime this Fall. 

Capcom will also feature playable demos for PlayStation’s upcoming Resident Evil 2 remake along with a panel on Friday discussing the world of Resident Evil. While the company did release Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version for Nintendo Switch in Japan earlier this year, there have not been any announcements of the Resident Evil 2 remake heading that way at the moment or a western release for Resident Evil 7.