Mega Man 11 Release Date Trailer Streamed
Capcom has recently release a new trailer for Mega Man 11. The latest trailer features a look at some of the mechanics of the game. One of the new mechanics is the Double Gear System, which will give the blue bomber an assortment of new abilities.
Capcom provided a description for the new Double Gear System.
At its core, the Double Gear System has two main functions that empower Mega Man (and players) with brand new abilities. Mega Man speeds up with the aptly-named Speed Gear, causing the world around him move much slower by comparison. If you need a moment to dodge incoming projectiles, make a desperate jump, or simply need a breather to figure out a tricky situation, the Speed Gear is just a button press away to give you a chance to escape and quickly adapt to any situation. It’s great for both newcomers who need a little extra time to figure out enemy and boss patterns, or veterans who can expertly maneuver their way around levels.
Capcom also unveiled a special edition for the Nintendo Switch version of the game, which will include:
- Mega Man 11
- 30th Anniversary Mega Man Amiibo
- Microfiber cloth
- Dr. Wily Adhesive Patch
- Set of 4 stickers
Currently it is unknown what store the Amiibo Edition will be sold at in North America, however it has been confirmed to release stateside.
In addition, those who pre-order any version of the game will receive a free in game bonus soundtrack featuring piano arrangements of the stage themes of Mega Man 11.
Mega Man 11 will be released for the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Steam on October 2. Those who are are interested can pre-order their copy directly at the official Capcom website.
EDIT: The Amiibo Edition will be exclusive to Gamestop priced at $59.99.
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