Mega Man X DiVE pre-registration begins for select regions with rewards

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Mega Man X DiVE, the Mega Man X mobile game from Capcom Taiwan that came outta nowhere last year, has begun pre-registration in Asian regions. Gamers living in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, and Cambodia may all pre-download the game on Google Play or the Apple Store. Doing so will grant you a reward — Alia! More in-game rewards are promised for the future for those who pre-download, including “Element Metal” and a Gatling Gun.

Other regions of the world will “soon” open up for pre-registration.

More rewards for pre-registering for Mega Man X DiVE

Those who use the “Invite Friends” option can share a personal Facebook link to invite others to the game, and once you’ve done this, you’re entered into a contest to win an ASUS ROG Phone II, AirPods Pro, or the autograph of Mega Man artist Keisuke Mizuno! Not bad, Capcom Taiwan. Not bad at all.

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Are robots supposed to be that distractingly voluptuous?
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Keisuke Mizuno autograph sampler

Black Zero X DiVE mobile

In addition to all of these new details, Capcom Taiwan has also teased “Black Zero” (above) for Mega Man X DiVE, aka Zero with black armor. Black Zero will uniquely come with the skill Rakuhouha, from Mega Man X4. And if Alia and Black Zero aren’t enough, there is a new, short trailer too, just to give another taste of what the game has in store.

I had the opportunity to participate in the Mega Man X DiVE closed beta last year and was pretty pleased with the bits I got to try out. Hopefully the mobile title has only gotten much better since then. But while we wait, check out the game’s slick official website.


John Friscia
Head Copy Editor for Enthusiast Gaming, Managing Editor at The Escapist. I'm a writer who loves Super Nintendo and Japanese role-playing games to an impractical degree. I really miss living in South Korea. And I'm developing the game Boss Saga!