Capcom has confirmed that Mega Man 11 will be out on Steam (and other platforms you may have heard of) on October 2, with a new "Double Gear System" that enables more powerful buster shots, the ability to slow time-or, if you dare, both at once. Again, defeating them and absorbing their powers is the heart of the game.
While these new features do spice things up, Mega Man 11 still seems to retain the classic mechanics that helped define the series at its core.
The game will debut eight years after the last entry, Mega Man 10, was released. We can expect to see more of Mega Man 11 in just a couple of weeks, as Capcom will have it on hand at E3 2018. Wily is back to his mischievous ways and invests in an ambitious idea from his time at Robot University.
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Speed Gear - Introduces the ability to slow the flow of time, useful to navigate tricky platforming sections or avoid fast-moving enemies or obstacles.
The amiibo figure is based on the Mega Man pose from the above illustration. This trailer also reveals two new Robot Masters, Block Man and Fuse Man, which can both be taken care of easier with the Double Gear powers.
Double Gear - When at critical health, Mega Man can unleash maximum power and deftly maneuver in the direst situations. The game is releasing on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.