Capcom announces the Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle, releases next week


Still have a love for classic games such as Final Fight and The King of Dragons? Then Capcom has you covered starting next week with the launch of the Beat ’em Up Bundle that will feature some of the best-of-the-best in the beat ’em up genre.

In an announcement made today, Capcom has confirmed the launch of the Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle that will pay tribute to some of gamings most classic brawler titles such as the 1989 title Final Fight or Captain Commando from 1991. When can you get your hand on this mega bundle? September 18, 2018, for $19.99 USD for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Windows via Steam.

This newly announced bundle will include some classic titles that have seen release on consoles and in arcades around the world with two never-before-released on consoles arcade titles called Armored Warriors (1994) and Battle Circuit (1997). Iconic characters such as Captain Commando, Cody, Guy, and Mike Haggar will be making their return in this bundle.

This bundle will feature drop-in local and online multiplayer co-op play options for those who decide to play online. In addition to this, players will be able to modify and tailor the games to their preference, which will allow them to play the game how they please ranging from how many lives they want, continues and even the difficulty of the game.

Players will also be able to unlock design sketches, the history o the games, development documents, and even archives that feature the original game sleeves and instruction inserts from the original launches.

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