Mega Man 11, X Series and Original Classics Coming to PS4, Xbox One, Switch & PC for 30th Anniversary

Capcom brought out the big mega busters for their 30th anniversary stream for Mega Man, announcing a slew of classic game ports along with a brand new major installment to the long-running platforming series.

On their 30th anniversary stream to celebrate the original Mega Man, Capcom has announced that the Mega Man X games 1-8 with be coming to PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC in 2018, and the previously-released Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 and 2 will be arriving on Switch with some form of amiibo support. Most exciting of all, though, was the announcement of a brand new mainline series entry, Mega Man 11:

This new sequel moves away from the pixel art look of the previous series revival Mega Man 9, and utilizes a more 2.5D rendered style reminiscent of Mighty No. 9 (although this looks more like what everyone wanted Keiji Inafune’s Kickstarter to be all along).


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Along with some gameplay of this exciting new entry, much was discussed about the art direction for the new series. As it turns out, Capcom left a couple clues as to the eventual look of MM11 in Mega Man Legacy Collection 2‘s art gallery (see below):

The image on the right depicts Mega Man having attained one of the boss robot master’s powers, which in this game will bring a form change to Mega Man, along with the usual color change. The stream also left this brief glimpse of the as-yet-unnamed robot master this look stems from:

So to recap the load of announcements Capcom dropped:

  • Mega Man 11 coming to PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC in late 2018
  • Mega Man X installments 1 through 8 coming to PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC in 2018
  • Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 and 2 coming to Nintendo Switch with amiibo support

Are you excited for this news? Are you a Mega Man fan, or if not, has this news enticed you to finally check out the franchise? Let us know if the comments!

Seth Zielinski is The Geekiverse’s own resident boyish robot man. He’s also an occasional writer but more prominently a Senior Video Producer for The GKV.

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