Capcom says it’s “considering how to approach” creating new games Mega Man In the future.
Although many retro collections of old titles from Mega Man Released in recent years, brand new releases in the series are few and far between. versions Mega Man 9 in 2008, Mega Man 10 in 2010 and Mega Man 11 In 2018 marked the only major games in Mega Man in the last 15 years.
During a Q&A session after the most recent Annual Shareholders’ Meeting, a shareholder pointed out that the latest design is outdated, Mega Man Battle Network Legacy CollectionIt has sold over a million copies since its release in April.
Suggesting that this may have contributed to “user expansion”, the contributor asked about Capcom’s plans for the series. Mega Man from now on.
included Mega Man 11the latest entry in the franchise, Mega Man is one of Capcom’s historic IPs and is beloved by fans, and as such, we want to take care of how we develop the series,” Capcom responded. Strong concept, ideas, gameplay, etc.”
When asked specifically about more ports or older builds, the company added, “We are looking into our approach to handling ports of previous titles, which includes addressing technical issues.”
Similarly, Capcom was also asked about Onimusha that it Sengoku Basara. He comments, “We are in discussions about future expansion of these titles so that they can be enjoyed by a wide audience.”