At the recent exhibition of Capcom, the next heavyweights like Resident Evil 4, Street Fighter 6 and exoprimal it was, unsurprisingly, the games with the projections that grabbed the headlines, but other relatively smaller titles also received some attention. Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection it also has new data to offer.
Capcom also released a new Buster Max mode for the game, for those looking for an easier experience. Basically, it makes your Buster weapons a hundred times more powerful than their ordinary level. Meanwhile, it has also been confirmed that the set will also feature 499 patch cards, which were previously only available in Japan. From Mega Man Battle Network 4 henceforth, these cards will be usable in all games.
Other features have also been confirmed, such as a switch for higher resolution images, an in-game music player that will feature over 180 music tracks from all of the games on Battle Network and over a thousand pieces of art to peruse in the art gallery.
Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection launches on April 14 for PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.