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Mighty No. 9 secures challenge mode, extra end stage and boss

The Kickstarter fundraising campaign for Mighty No. 9, Keiji Inafune's spiritual successor to Mega Man, passed its $2.4 and $2.55 million stretch goals, ensuring that a challenge mode, and an extra end stage and boss will be added to the game.

The next stretch goal will add a Beck and Call online co-op challenge mode at $2.75 million. Last week, the campaign secured current-gen console support when it surpassed a $2.2 million stretch goal, adding to the game's confirmed platform support for Windows PC, Linux and Mac. Comcept USA announced earlier this month that Mighty No. 9 will head to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, if its Kickstarter campaign reaches its $3.3 million stretch goal.

Announced by Inafune at a PAX Prime panel last month, the fundraising campaign has collected more than $2.5 million in pledges, surpassing its initial $900,000 fund raising goal with five days to go. The campaign is now accepting pledges through PayPal. For more details about Mighty No . 9, be sure to check out our interview with Inafune.

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