Is Hideki Kamiya teasing Mega Man Legends 3? [Update]

Get ready! Bayonetta director and Devil May Cry creator Hideki Kamiya has made an interesting Twitter update regarding Mega Man Legends recently.

After a follower asked him whether or not he was a fan of the Mega Man DASH series (the name for Mega Man Legends in Japan), he responded with the following tweet: “If you’re Dash fan, you’ll be happy soon.”

As a former Capcom employee, we’re guessing Kamiya-san keeps in touch with his former colleagues. He may just be on point. During the San Diego Comic-Con’s Mega Man Universe panel, Capcom’s Keiji Inafune teased an “oft-requestedMega Man announcement in the near future. Simply put, there’s no Mega Man more requested than Mega Man Legends 3.

Stay tuned for updates.

Update: More responses from Kamiya-san have come in.

When a fan asked him if he knows what’s coming for Mega Man Legends, he responded: “I don’t know…but something exciting, I think.”

Another fan asked if he knew “exactly what time” Legends fans can expect to be “happy”, where he responded: “I don’t know, but I hope can be happy soon.”

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