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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite gameplay trailer revealed at Capcom Cup

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Update December 4, 2016: Get your first glimpse of the gameplay in Marvel vs Capcom Infinite above where Iron Man and Captain Marvel go up against Ryu and Megaman X, released during the Capcom Cup stream last night.

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Original Story December 3, 2016: Marvel vs. Capcom is making its return this year with MvC Infinite bringing your favourite fighters from comics and games together for up to 2v2 scraps.

The trailer opened proceedings at the now annual PSX show, with a 2017 date at the close, and will definitely (definitely) be coming to PC near the end of the year.

The trailer shows Iron Man and Captain Marvel picking a fight with Megaman and Ryu, which is kind of stacked in their favour to be honest. Even I reckon I could beat up Megaman. The little dweeb.

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Rumours suggest Marvel are gonna fill up the roster with their Cinematic Universe, which sadly doesn't include X-Men, but does include that racoon from Guardians of the Galaxy so guess what's definitely going in there.

What we DO know is everything in Sony's little announcement post, including 2v2 battles, Captain America, and multiplayer with spectator modes.

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this is what they told Game infomer about the X-Men


The last big question for a Marvel Vs. Capcom game is the roster, but Capcom told me at the start of our meeting they wouldn’t be revealing anyone other than the four characters shown in the gameplay trailer shown off at the end of tonight’s Capcom Cup finals (Ryu, Mega Man X, Captain Marvel, and Iron Man). However, they did offer a few details about their direction.

When I asked them about the rumor that the game’s roster would not include as many (or any) characters from the X-Men or Fantastic Four series due film rights issues (the current film series for those franchises are owned by Fox and not Marvel Studios) and would instead favor characters already in the Marvel cinematic universe, Creative Director of Marvel Entertainment Bill Roseman didn’t tense up the way PR folks tend to when you ask them a difficult question. While Marvel wants to take a forward-thinking stance with the characters they include in the game, he wants to make sure fans of all of Marvel properties, including X-Men, were happy. “That heritage is not lost,” he told me. Not the straight answer I was looking for, but it left me hopeful about my chances of Berserker Barraging people as Wolverine next year.

Roseman and Executive Producer at Marvel Games Mike Jones also emphasized that they’re looking at this project the way they have all of their recent projects in games, film, and television (Jones brought up Insomniac’s upcoming Spider-Man game and their current run of well-regarded series on Netflix as a reference point). They want to make sure Infinite’s use of the Marvel license is well-earned, and mentioned the game will have a more expansive, cinematic story mode this time around. “We want to make sure this game is dripping with Marvel,” said Roseman.

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