Capcom dropped a bomb when it unveiled Marvel vs Capcom Infinite at the PlayStation Experience this 2016. Fans can’t help but express their excitement when it was announced, but will have to endure the excruciatingly long wait before the official release. Fret not, here’s an ultimate guide of characters, information and more that has been released so far.
Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite Gameplay And Characters
It has been revealed at the PlayStation Experience this year that Iron Man and Captain Marvel will be in the game. They will represent the Marvel side. Meanwhile, Ryu and Mega Man X lead the Capcom side. In addition, Captain America and Morrigan are included in the impressive roster.
There had been speculations that X-Men and other Fantastic Four heroes will appear in the game. However, it seems this will not be possible due to Marvel’s issues with 20th Century Fox. Nevertheless, fans can still hope that Magneto, Sentinel and other famous characters will be included in the game.
Also, Polygon revealed that there are talks about the inclusion of Ant-Man and Groot in the game. Even more, it is heard through the grapevine that Rocket Raccoon and Doctor Strange will be appearing in the game as well.
The Delayed Hyper Combos will be making a comeback. Furthermore, there will be a two-versus-two battle format in the game. This is a big change compared to the three-versus-three format in the first Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes. Unfortunately, the assists won’t be returning in Infinite.
Release Date And Development
The game will be available on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. Meanwhile, Capcom revealed that they are looking into a 2017 release. However, nothing is set in stone yet until the studio finishes beta testing. Fans can expect that the studio is working on developing the best installment yet in the franchise.
The first stills released by the game giant feature a promising look at what’s to come. The crisp visuals, and high-definition graphics add to the excitement of the enthusiasts in playing the game. Marvel vs Capcom Infinite looks very promising. The long wait might just be worth it.