An upcoming fighting video game, Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite is the sixth entry in the Marvel vs. Capcom series. Identical to its other games, players can choose characters from Marvel Comics and Capcom to compete in tag team battles.
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Release Date and Available Consoles
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite is scheduled for release on September 19, 2017, in Europe and North America and September 21, 2017, in Japan. The game will be available for the PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One.
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Pre – Order
If you have been following the game from the first series, then you might already know that pre-ordering the game comes with exceptional bonuses. The game is set to launch on September 19, 2017, and here we mention you about the bonuses you get before its release date.
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Deluxe Edition
The cost of the Deluxe Edition is 90 Dollars and along with the standard game, the edition includes the game’s character pass, Sigma, premium costume for each character and 5 unannounced yet characters.
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Collector’s Edition
Available at 200 Dollars, the Collector’s Edition comes with additional physical items such as character pass, 5 yet to be announced characters, Sigma, premium costume for each character, Chun-Li Diorama Statue, Mega Man X Diorama Statue, 6 Infinity Stones in Decorative Case, Iron Man Diorama Statue, and Premium Packaging.
Pre – order bonus
Pre-ordering the standard edition of the game will get you bonus character costumes of Evil Ryu and Warrior Thor.
Moreover, if you pre-order the Deluxe or Collector’s Edition, you can get more character costumes like Command Mission X, Evil Ryu, Warrior Thor and Gladiator Hulk.
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Trailer
The game’s trailer was showcased during SDCC 2017. It was then confirmed that the new installment will feature Spider – Man. The trailer shows Spider – Man using his webbing to damage foes as well as the Marvel characters finishing move which can be seen him utilizing Green Goblin’s bombs. Alongside Spider- Man, the other newest on the Infinite are Dead Rising’s Frank West, Resident Evil’s Nemesis and Final Fight’s Mike Haggar. Apart from revealing a few new characters during Sony’s E3 2017, the trailer also shed some light how these characters are bound together and what their goals are.
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Gameplay
Identical to its predecessors, in Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite a fighting game, players compete for each other in tag team combat using characters from both Capcom’s and Marvel Comic video game. Infinite features two on two partner battles and lets a free form tag system coined Active Switch similar as Street Fighter X Tekken’s, Switch Cancel system. Players can instantly switch between their team members at any point of time in the game.
This time, Infinite moves away from button layout to a control scheme similar to Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 which includes four attack buttons and two additional buttons for swapping characters and activating Infinity stone powers. The game features various playable stages that come straight from the Capcom and Marvel franchises such as Valkanda, a fusion of Val Habar and Wakanda. It will also include a two-hour cinematic story mode, single – player modes, arcade mode, a collection mode and only multiplayer.
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Roster
Below are some of the confirmed characters so far in upcoming Infinite:
Mega Man X
Chun – Li
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Story Mode
Ultron and Sigma forge an alliance believing all the biological life should be purged. They fuse themselves into a single being coined Ultron Sigma using two of Infinity Stones. Then merging the worlds of Capcom and Marvel into a single dimension they endeavor to rule by unleashing a virus that lets them control other. Moreover, heroes from both worlds bond together to retrieve the left four Infinity Stones and defeat Ultron Sigma’s forces and a heinous group of villains led by Jedah Dohma.
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Development
Although following the release of Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 in 2012, Marvel’s new parent company, The Walt Disney Company decided to cancel renewing a licensing deal with Capcom, in 2016, they allowed third party game developers to negotiate licenses with Marvel once again. Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite was officially unveiled during Sony’s PlayStation Experience event. Executive Producer at Marvel, Mike Jones stated that game was designed to be a more simplified and elegant. The Infinity Stones in the game was compared to Groove System used previously in Capcom vs. SNK 2. According to developers, Infinity Stones influenced the decision to use title Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite rather than Marvel vs. Capcom 4. To develop the game, the developers went for Unreal Engine 4 to craft cinematic and modern visuals in the game.