But first, here's a new trailer for Mega Man 11, featuring a look at some of the game's stages and new Robot Masters (Fuse Man and Block Man). Hopefully the game ends up being worthy of the Mega Man legacy.
What's more is that Capcom's new Mega Man 11 trailer confirms that the game will have voice acting, which is something many fans of the franchise likely weren't expecting, but could be delighted by, as the vocals for the each of the characters sound quite good this time around. While Capcom doesn't go into details on how much Mega Man is weakened after using both Double Gears simultaneously, it's made clear that this should only be used as an absolute last ditch effort.
Mega Man will still run, shoot, and platform across risky stages, albeit now with a sleeker art style and fully voice-acted cutscenes.
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A Visual Leap - Taking a leap forward in visual presentation, the new game features a 2.5D design direction which blends handsome, hand-drawn environments with lively characters.
Power Gear - Allows players to charge the Mega Buster to a new level, and weapon-based abilities become even more robust.
Double Gear - When at critical health, Mega Man can unleash maximum power and deftly maneuver in the direst situations. Back when Mega Man 11 was officially revealed, it was confirmed that it would be available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.