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Mega Man 11

This information comes from Mega Man 11 producer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya and director Koji Oda…

Capcom had a ton of news to share about Mega Man 11 last week. The company announced an October 2 release date, unveiled a new amiibo, and more.

Mega Man 11 will be offered at retail in North America as well as in Japan. But in Europe, the situation is much different. Capcom has confirmed that Mega Man 11 is only planned as a digital title in PAL regions. As for the amiibo, there is currently “no announcement” for Europe.

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Update: Bumped to the top again. GameStop is now listing this for $49.99 as opposed to $59.99.


Update: Bumped to the top. Pre-orders are live on GameStop, and it’s confirmed exclusive. If you’re on mobile, the previous link may not work – try this one.


Capcom will release Mega Man 11 amiibo Edition in North America, the company has announced. It includes the game, the new amiibo, a “Stage Select” microfiber cloth, Dr. Wily logo adhesive patch, and a set of stickers.

Mega Man 11 amiibo Edition will be available when the game launches on October 2. Based on an in-store listing, it will be a GameStop exclusive.

After Mega Man 11 was unveiled at the end of 2017, Capcom finally provided an update today. The game is now confirmed to be launching on October 2.

Interestingly, Capcom won’t be charging full price for Mega Man 11. Amazon’s listing shows that the game will cost just $29.99. Pre-orders are live here.

If you’re going for the Mega Man 11 amiibo Edition, you’ll need to fork over $49.99. However, it includes a number of extra goodies. Capcom is packing in the game, the new amiibo, a “Stage Select” microfiber cloth, Dr. Wily logo adhesive patch, and a set of stickers.

Capcom has issued the boxart for Mega Man 11. We have the packaging image above, plus new screenshots and art below.

Mega Man 11 is releasing on October 3, Capcom announced today. Rumors about the release date first emerged last week following a new listing on the PlayStation Store in Singapore.

Capcom has also confirmed the new Double Gear system. This feature “adds a unique new twist on the satisfying platforming action, offering options to enhance Mega Man’s speed and power on the fly.”

A new listing for Mega Man 11 has appeared on the PlayStation Store in Singapore. On the page, Capcom mentions a new Double Gear system. This will allow players to “boost Mega Man’s speed and power for a new twist on the satisfying gameplay the series is known for.”

Here’s the full description for Mega Man 11:

Game Informer has posted the next part of its coverage for its month-long features of Mega Man. For the latest entry, the magazine focuses on audio design and spoke with audio director Ryo Yoshii.

Yoshii indicated that Capcom is taking the sounds of Mega Man 11 very seriously. In line with the visual look, the team wanted to modernize the audio.


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