Mighty No. 9 Gets A September Release Date

After leaving Capcom Keiji Inafune, creator of Mega Man, started a Kickstarter for his Mega Man inspired/spiritual successor Mighty No. 9, and today it gets a release date and a Signature Edition that sounds pretty cool.

Players will be getting their hands in the game with a digital and retail edition (published by Deep Silver) on September 15th for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PC, Linux, and Mac, with Vita and 3DS versions coming later.

Those who get a retail copy of the game will get the Ray DLC and the abandoned lab stage. Beating that will let you play as Ray through the whole game. The bundle will also have a double sided poster and art book.


Pre-orders of the game will include the Retro Hero Mode that will include the blocky retro skin, sound package for Beck and a one-hit kill mode.

The Signature Edition of the game will have the retail game, foil Keiji Inafune signature on the box, a 6.5-inch statue of Beck with changeable faces, and will be priced at $59.99. (I kinda want that myself because it sounds pretty sweet)


PlayStation versions all feature cross-buy for digital and physical copies.

While I’ve never been a big fan of Mega Man games, I’ve been loosely following this game since it was on Kickstarter (kind of wished I would have backed it while it was on there). Now that it has a release date and a retail edition I’ll more then likely be picking it up when it gets here.

Sources PlayStation. Blog

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