Mega Man 11 Demo Available Right Now!

on September 7, 2018 by

Mega Man 11 Demo Available Right Now!

In a surprise piece of news from yesterday, Capcom announced that players excited for Mega Man 11 can actually take on the formidable Block Man in a free downloadable demo, which is available now on Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4 and Xbox One!

 

In this demo, players can choose from multiple difficulty levels before stepping into the boots of Mega Man himself with robot dog Rush by their side. In a stunningly hand-drawn, technically advanced pyramid environment, players are encouraged to use various tools including the new Double Gear system and various boss weapons to bust Block Man and absorb his powers.

 

Also, fans who take on Block Man in the free Mega Man 11 demo will contribute to the “Bust Block Man” community challenge for a chance to receive a set of single-use items that can be redeemed in the retail version of the game. Fans who defeat Block Man can display their victory using the #BustBlockMan hashtag on social media and then stay tuned to official Mega Man social channels to check out the progress as the community works together to chip away at Block Man!

 

 

About the game:

In Mega Man 11, players must jump, slide, shoot, and more through challenging stages and the powerful bosses Dr. Wily controls, otherwise known as Robot Masters. Defeating the bosses and absorbing their powers is the heart of the game. Dr. Light installs the new prototype Double Gear system in the heroic blue ‘bot, imbuing Mega Man with brand new skills that allow him to slow the flow of time or power up his trusty Mega Buster and other weapons on the fly. Mega Man however isn’t the only one with access to the new gear system; Dr. Wily has also installed the Double Gear system in the powerful Robot Masters! Players will need to use everything at their disposal to take down Dr. Wily in the fight for everlasting peace.

 

Mega Man 11 will launch across Europe on 2nd October as a physical and digital release for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with a digital-only release for Nintendo Switch and Windows PC. Check out the trailer for the game below, and keep an eye on Rice Digital in the future for more information about this game, and other Japanese titles.

 

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