'Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite' Release Date, News & Update: Two More Characters Introduced For The Crossover Game! Marvel & Capcom Discuss Game's Release & Accessibility
During the Capcom Cup 2016 broadcasted by ESPN 2, the trailer for the "Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite" was shown to the public. Further details will be shared when both of the company's executive producers meet at the middle to propose a release date and the game's accessibility.
More Characters For 'Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite'
The "Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite" trailer feature four of the well-known characters in the franchise namely Ryu, Mega Man, Iron Man and Captain Marvel. However, there are news that Captain America and Morrigan will still be on the roster for the upcoming "Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite" in 2017.
Furthermore, Morrigan is from the Capcom game "Darkstalkers" series, while Captain America is from the Marvel Comic Universe. Based on the trailer, Morrigan's long running Darkness illusion is still the pick for an ultimate for the character in "Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite" and Captain America is also seen performing the character's iconic Hyper Charging Star move.
The "Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite" is said to be a two on two battle with the third character in an assist mode, thus bring the latest sequel back to its roots from the previous games titles. Characters can also use one of the six Infinity Gems that creates some kind of power boost.
Each Infinity Gem in the "Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite" has different advantages to whoever uses one and also represents a different aspect of the Universe namely Space, Time, Power, Reality, Soul, and Mind. In the trailer, viewers can see Ryu using the Power Gem, before Ms. Marvel uses the Time Gem to counter Ryu's attack.
'Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite' Release Date
"Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite" is said to be available in PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the PC platforms in 2017. However, both Marvel and Capcom are still negotiating terms when the game title will be released.
Marvel game executive producer, Mike Jones and Capcom's Michael Evans were at the PlayStation Experience and discussed "Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite plans. Evans stated that "Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite" will be released when it's ready due to the fact that Capcom is making its time to make sure the story and gameplay is intact and will go directly as planned.