Blue bomber fans looking forward to the Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection for PC and consoles will need to wait a tad longer.
According to Mega Man series producer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya from Capcom, the game has run into some development problems and will need to be postponed from 21st January to 25th February.
“[T]he team made the tough decision to move the game’s release date back in order to bring you the best possible collection of these cherished classics and deliver a game that will live up to your expectations.”
Honestly, this is for the best. Better for Capcom to take its time releasing a collection of arguably one of the better Mega Man iterations in a long while. I can’t be the only one who supports them perfecting this, right?
BRUH for a second I thought it was being cancelled, Big relief, is only delayed. TAKE YOUR TIME and make something good for all us Mega fans, we can wait, heh we have been waiting for years!
— SKK Dextera (@Dextera01) November 15, 2019
By all means take your time. The X collections were fantastic and I'm looking forward to this series. I never got a chance to play the Zero/ZX games so I'm just glad I'll be able to
— Dylan Snyder (@dsnyder42095) November 15, 2019