The Blue Bomber's first mobile outing is on its way, but who gets to play it first?

Mega Man X DiVE Pre-Registration Opens, But Not for Everyone

The Blue Bomber's first mobile outing is on its way, but who gets to play it first?

Remember that new Mega Man mobile game, Mega Man X DiVE, we first reported on last year?  If you don’t, that’s OK. Capcom’s been mostly silent about it after the announcement — until now.

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Mega Man X DiVE pre-registration is starting to open up, but not for everyone. Capcom Taiwan recently announced the countries Mega Man X DiVE will first be playable in next month, and the first wave is available in Asia only.

Those who want to can enter their email address to receive a special playable character for when the game does launch. It’s separate from pre-registering by downloading on the Apple App or Google Play stores, but so far, I haven’t received any confirmation (or robots) after registering. So it could be limited to Asia as well.

Currently, the company is evaluating feedback from its social platforms to determine the next region Mega Man X DiVE should release in, but there’s no word in where that might be, let alone when.

There’s little reason to think it won’t release in the West eventually, especially since Capcom Taiwan is planning on more launches in the future.

Though the game will probably have microtransactions limiting which characters you can get, it’s an annoyance we’re willing to deal with for the chance to play as heroes and villains from across the Mega Man X universe.

At least we have the Mega Man Zero/ZX collection to look forward to in the near term. Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more Mega Man X DiVE news as it comes our way.

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Josh Broadwell started gaming in the early '90s. But it wasn't until 2017 he started writing about them, after finishing two history degrees and deciding a career in academia just wasn't the best way forward. You'll usually find him playing RPGs, strategy games, or platformers, but he's up for almost anything that seems interesting.