The newly announced Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection comes with a new multiplayer mode that will feature a single-player trial aspect.
The original announcement of Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection showed Z Chaser as a multiplayer mode. However, new information shared in a video by the official Mega Man Twitter, now reveals the game will offer two single-player options, one of which will require an internet connection.
Challenge your friends in head-to-head races, or chase down global rivals as you climb the leaderboard in Z Chaser mode, included in Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection! pic.twitter.com/kVDhGBviSk
— Mega Man (@MegaMan) September 20, 2019
Z Chaser comes with three different game modes. The first, Single Chaser, has players race side-by-side against the computer in time-trial style. Single Chaser comes with twelve stages to speedrun and has five difficulty settings ranging from B to ZZ.
The second mode is a side-by-side race to completion in local multiplayer.
The last mode is the World Record Chaser, where players can download top-ranking players’ replay data and race against the best of the best.
Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection comes to PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One on January 21, 2020.