Keiji Inafune’s Mega Man spiritual successor, Mighty No. 9, has had a rough cycle of development, with several delays pushing it back from its initial planned release window of April 2015. The wait will soon be over, however, as the developers at Comcept have confirmed Mighty No. 9 has gone gold and will be releasing on June 21st in North America and Asia, and June 24th for the rest of the world.

They are quick to state that, as the game has gone gold, “the release date [they] are announcing is set in stone and there will be no further delays for the game.” This will surely come as a relief to fans who funded the Kickstarter and have been eagerly anticipating the game ever since.

The game will be made available via retail channels and through download services, and this should include the Wii U version. The release date for the portable Vita and 3DS versions will be announced at a later time.


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