Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle Launches on Sept 18 for PC & Consoles

Capcom Beat-Em-Up Bundle

In the recent Nintendo Direct presentation, Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle was also announced with the list of many other games for the Nintendo Switch. This 90’s arcade beat up game is being assemble in a bundle that include seven arcade brawlers into one package that will all release on September 18.

The Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle is also coming for the Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC on the same date of release.

Capcom has already announced many of the beloved classic games like Mega Man 11 that is coming for the Nintendo Switch. With the announcement of Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle, it really shows that Nintendo Switch is getting a lot of classic games in its list this year and the next.

Here is the list of the seven titles that come in a bundle in the package:

  • Final Fight
  • The King of Dragons
  • Captain Commando
  • Knights of the Round
  • Warriors of Fate
  • Armored Warriors
  • Battle Circuit

The games will be recreated with the same arcade coding as back in the days, and will support up to four players both locally and online across the Nintendo Switch’s Online Network. This suggests that you can team up with friends for an epic combat battle, or play against them.

A lot of the games in the bundle have a lot of significance as titles like King of Dragons, Knights of the Round and Captain Commando haven’t been seen on any platform since the SNES.

Capcom has not provided any news what the game bundle will cost but it expected to be around $19.99 on the Nintendo eshop when it launches next week.

One thing is for sure, Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle comes with hours of thug fighting goodness to go around, whether you prefer using swords or fist fighting, bats or any weapon you can get your hands on.

Are you going to buy this bundle? Let us know in the comments below.

About the Author: Salik Shah

An ardent lover for first-person shooter games, Salik has been part of GamesHedge all through its journey. His love for competitive gaming started with Counter-Strike and Call of Duty, and now can be seen lurking in Valorant and Rainbow Six: Siege.

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