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Update: Capcom's Brett Elston tells us that the version 2 update should be releasing this month. The original interview referenced below may have published yesterday, but the interview was conducted in 2012. When Elston said "before the end of the year" he was referring to 2012.
It won't add any new content to the game, but version 2 will fix many of the "rough edges" that hindered Street Fighter X Mega Man.
The news of the update comes from an interview conducted by The Mega Man Network with Capcom's senior community manager Brett Elston. Elston said, "We know there are a few rough edges left, even with a dozen people looking at this. To that end, we can say we’re working on a V2 that will release soon and hopefully address some of those known issues. It’s not adding content, but we’ve been reading responses and can 'tighten up' a few things before the end of the year."
Considering 2013 began four days ago, "before the end of the year," is a fairly broad window. It's coming though, and you can still pick up version 1 for free. Head here to read our review of the game.
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So Capcom thinks Megaman is not popular anymore, yet when a fan made a popular game around him, they act like they are responsible for it.
The only way for them to learn is to stop supporting them. Stop buying, and playing their games. if you are tired of disc locked content, and absurd title updates, and are still buying them then you are part of the problem.
Sadly The next capcom game will sale just as many copies, and the same people that play the games will continue to complain about how Capcom ripped them off.