Capcom‘s Mega Man is set to become available on the Nintendo Switch later this year, with both parts of its Legacy collection set to hit the console in May. The first Legacy collection will feature the first six Mega Man games, as well as a range of additional features including concept art, songs from each game and bonus challenges. The pack will also include the potential to access 11 fan-made challenges.
For the second Legacy collection — which first released in 2017 — will come with the same additional features as the first, as well as the seventh to tenth games. Finally, Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 will also include downloadable content from Mega Man 9 & 10 such as time attacks and bonus stages. The two packs are set to arrive on May 22, with prices ranging from $14.99 USD for the first Legacy Collection and $19.99 USD for the second. There will also be a joint physical version releasing for $39.99 USD.
Earlier this year, Capcom also teased that a Resident Evil 2 remake could be coming.