The coming Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection has had some more features announced. Online features, such as trading Battle Chips and participating in online combat, were first confirmed for the collection of all 10 core Battle Network games during June's Nintendo Direct. \n \nMega Man Battle Network Legacy received some spotlight at Capcom's Tokyo Game Show presentation, with director Masakazu Eguchi (aka "Mr. Famous" to fans) making an appearance to talk about the game's new additions. \n \nFor every series, we are working on online features like online fights and Chip trading, Mr. Famous remarked. In this game, our connections won't be severed. \n \nA fully voiced MegaMan will also appear on the game's title screen alongside online play. \n \nTake advantage of EXE as your own private Navi. Capcom mentioned in its TGS presentation that his reactions will change depending on how you play and how you control him. The opening credit sequence will resemble the PET intro from the classic show. \n \nIncluded in the Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection are the first two games in the series, Mega Man Battle Network 1 and 2, as well as games three and four in the series—Mega Man Battle Network: Blue & White, four in the series—Mega Man Battle Network: Red Sun & Blue Moon, five in the series—Mega Man Battle Network: Team Protoman & Team Colonel, and six in the series—Cybeast Gregar & Cybeast Falzar. \n \nA high-resolution filter may be activated to make the game look less pixelated and more like some of Square Enix's recent remasters, and a gallery featuring over 1,000 photographs and a music player with over 180 tracks were previously mentioned. \n \nReleased in 2023 for Switch, PS4, and Steam, the Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection will be playable in both digital and physical forms, except Steam, where it will be playable in digital form only. In addition, Capcom is separating the collection into two volumes, The first volume includes Battle Networks 1–3, while the second has Battle Networks 4–6.