Capcom plans to release more HD remasters of "popular older games" by the end of March 2016.
The publisher touched upon its re-release plans during a presentation of its latest financial results, where it revealed that it planned to "utilize existing intellectual property, such as by selling HD remastered versions of popular older games" during its current fiscal year.
Capcom released two current-gen remasters - DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition and Resident Evil HD Remaster - during its previous financial year, and has already announced a PS4, Xbox One and PC remaster of Devil May Cry 4 for release this summer.
But could it have more in the works? A remastered version of GameCube title Resident Evil Zero is rumoured to be in development, but has yet to be officially confirmed.
Resident Evil HD Remaster launched in February and quickly went on to sell over 1 million units. Sales figures for DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition, however, have yet to be announced.