Sep 27, 2015 06:00 AM EDT

‘Mighty No. 9’ Gameplay & Release Dates News: No Mention Of Nintendo 3DS & PS Vita Releases?

"Mighty No. 9" has just gotten release dates for different consoles. Fans of the spiritual "Mega Man" series successor will be excited to know that the new video game is arriving early next year.

Forbes has learned via Deep Silver, "Mighty No. 9's" publisher, that the adventure game is set to be released worldwide on Feb. 12. Meanwhile, the U.S. market can expect the game to arrive three days earlier on Feb. 9.

Deep Silver, along with game developer Comcept, also dropped the official details on the different retail versions of the video game. According to the two, "Might No. 9" is expected to arrive in Xbox One, Wii U and PlayStation 4 versions.

For Xbox 360, Linux, Mac, PC and PlayStation 3 users, they should not worry as well as Comcept and Deep Silver confirmed that the video game will be up for grabs as digital download for their consoles.

Unfortunately, there is still no word yet on the possible release date of the game for Nintendo 3DS and PS Vita, according to Crunchyroll.

"Mighty No. 9," ever since it was announced that it was in the works, got a huge followings since it is known to be the successor to the popular "Mega Man" series.

"Mega Man" artist Keiji Inafune, who left Capcom, is the mastermind behind the upcoming game which follows the gaming style of its predecessor.

As per report, Inafune and the team who worked on the "Mega Man" series left Capcom after "Mega Man Legends 3" got cancelled.

The Comcept game was made possible through a Kickstarter that was able to raise $3.85 million despite the delays and other issues that plagued the project.

While working on the game, Comcept announced that it has partnered with Deep Silver to have the game published, reported VentureBeat.

Check out the gameplay demo of "Mighty No. 9" below.

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