Mega Man 11 Demo Now Available

Capcom have released the demo for Mega Man 11 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Players can download the demo for free right now and put their skills to the test against the brand-new Robot Master, Block Man.

From Capcom Press Release:

”In the 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.”

The official Mega Man Twitter account posted the news yesterday along with a new trailer that showcases another new Robot Master, Bounce Man. He arrives with his stage, the Boing-Boing Park.

Those who participate in the free demo will contribute to the “Bust Block Man” community challenge. This offers players the chance to receive a set of items that can be redeemed in the final version of Mega Man 11.  Capcom are encouraging fans who defeat Block Man to use the #BustBlockMan hashtag on social media to show off their victories.

Mega Man 11 is an upcoming action-platformer developed and published by Capcom. It’s the 11th entry in the original Mega Man series and returns with similar features to previous games in the franchise, such as 2.5D graphics and voice acting.

Mega Man 11 is scheduled to launch in the West on October 2nd, 2018, with both physical and digital copies on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It will be a digital only release for both the Nintendo Switch and PC.

For more Mega Man 11 here at Gaming Respawn, check out some of the new features that are being introduced here.

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