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Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Jacks in “Additional Features” Trailer

Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection artwork

Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection has a brand new trailer from last week’s Capcom Spotlight that introduces more additional features! As previously announced, the game will be released on April 14th for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.

Here’s an overview of the new features being added to Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection:

  • Includes all 499 Patch Cards – All 499 Patch Cards created for Mega Man Battle Network 4 onwards will be included in the collection. Previously, these were physical cards only sold in Japan and had to be scanned into the game.
  • Buster MAX Mode – Players who want to focus on experiencing the story of Lan and his NetNavi, MegaMan.EXE, can now use the new Buster MAX Mode, which will be automatically disabled for online NetBattles. This mode multiplies the damage of MegaMan.EXE’s normal MegaBuster shot by 100, helping you breeze through NetBattles and enjoy the story.

Additionally, the trailer and new screenshots can be seen below:

Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Additional Features Trailer

With ten games, Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection‘s got a pretty hefty value. It’s great that Capcom is bringing all of these games together and making everything that was previously in them available! I love that they are even including things that were physical cards within the game and making them available for all new players. Feel free to peruse RPGFan’s game hub for all previous coverage, art, and screenshots! Please continue to follow RPGFan for continued coverage!

Source: Gematsu

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Alvin Lim

Alvin was a news editor who is desperately trying to ween himself off mobile games so he has more time to play console games again. If he's not clicking on Granblue Fantasy, he's either adding more RPGs to his massive backlog, or is taking over 100 hours on a single game in it. When not gaming, he is hanging out, traveling, or cooking with his partner.

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