Mighty No. 9 is Finally Ready for Action; Coming in Physical and Digital Editions in September

on April 28, 2015 12:18 PM

Coming off a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign followed by its highly-anticipated development period, the Mega Man spiritual successor by Keiji Inafune, Mighty No. 9, is finally almost here, and it will only take a few more months to get there.

In a press release, developer Comcept revealed that in a deal with publisher Deep Silver, Mighty No. 9 is officially confirmed to release on September 15th, 2015 in the US, with a worldwide release set a few days later on September 18th, 2015.

Deep Silver revealed in its press release that both physical and digital copies will be produced for the PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, PC, Mac, and Linux versions for the title. Digital-only releases will be made available for the title on PS3 and Xbox 360, while the portable versions for PS Vita and Nintendo 3DS will be released at a later date. The physical editions of the game will retail for $29.99, while the digital copies will be $19.99.

While the newly-announced release date marks a delay from the original release window of Spring 2015, the title’s Kickstarter project page indicated that additional content will be added to the final release at no charge to backers of the title, including Japanese and French voiceover tracks, new subtitle languages, and the entire Ray DLC collection featuring an extra level, boss, and playable character. All physical versions of the title will include the Ray “Abandoned Lab Stage” DLC, featuring the boss and playable character.

Mighty No. 9 will release for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, PC, Mac, and Linux on September 15th, 2015 in the US, and September 18th, 2015 for worldwide release – the PS Vita and 3DS versions of the title will follow at a later date.


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