Mega Man 11 Set for Multi-Platform 2018 Release

Laverne Mann
December 5, 2017

Capcom has announced plans for Mega Man 11-the first new game in the cult classic franchise since 2010-just in time for the game's 30th anniversary on December 17. The collection will include all the main games in that series in the Mega Man X Collection, pretty much the same port as the 2006 version of the collection for the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo GameCube.

If you want to catch up on the Mega Man X series, you're in luck.

When Mega Man 10 came out in 2010, it looked like the beloved franchise might finally be coming to an end. As for Mega Man 11, the game will feature a new art style that still remains true to the essence of the Mega Man series. Throughout 2018, possibly leading up to Mega Man 11's release, Capcom will release the Mega Man Legacy Collections 1 & 2 on Nintendo Switch, allowing gamers to re-experience the games that started them all.

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Here is the teaser for, the surprisingly gorgeous, Mega Man 11! You can check out the archived Mega Man 30th Anniversary Celebration livestream, right here. In turn, Capcom has tried to honor Mega Man in many different ways.

Mega Man is a big part of gaming culture. Capcom said that the first collection will also get an update that allows players to rewind gameplay if they make a mistake. This feature will also roll out to existing owners of the game on PlayStation® 4 system, Xbox One, and PC.

We haven't seen a new Mega Man game in years, with his last "official" appearance being as a guest character in Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Wii U and 3DS.

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