Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 & 2 Launch Today

Get ready to join Mega Man X on exhilarating robot busting, fast-paced action adventures in the classic Mega Man X seriesMega Man X Legacy Collection (includes X1-4) and Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2 (includes X5-8) bring all eight games from the futuristic X series to current platforms with a range of new bonus features. Each collection is now available individually digitally and at retail as a combo pack in North America beginning today on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Windows PC. Both collections will see Mega Man X and friends rise up against deadly hordes of adversaries known as Mavericks as they try to restore peace to a post-apocalyptic world!


To celebrate the release of Mega Man X Legacy Collection and Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2, Capcom has released a brand-new launch trailer.

The Mega Man X series powered up the blue bomber and introduced several new mechanics to the classic Mega Man formula including powerful armor upgrades, wall-jumping and dashing. In addition to this, both collections contain a series of modern enhancements and exclusive features for new and long-time fans alike:

  • X Challenge Mode – Brand new multi-boss challenge mode complete with three difficulty options and online leaderboards.
  • Rookie Hunter Mode – An all-new easy mode turning down the difficulty for newcomers.
  • Improved visuals and options – Three visual filters to enjoy including a retro CRT simulation filter, a smooth filter for cleaner sprites or the choice to enjoy the original graphics scaled to modern screens.
  • Museum of the era – Step back in time and explore the rich history of the Mega Man X series! The museum contains a huge collection of archived art, collectible merchandise, historical trailers and in-game music from each title. Also included is The Day of Σ, an animated short film exploring the beginnings of Sigma’s rebellion.

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