Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite Game's Videos Preview Chris, Gamora's Moves
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Capcom began streaming two videos on Thursday and Friday for its upcoming Marvel vs. CAPCOM Infinite fighting game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The videos preview Chris and Gamora and show the movesets for each character.
The game will ship on September 19. The game will have standard, deluxe, and collector's editions. Those who pre-order the standard edition will get the Warrior Thor and Evil Ryu costumes. People who pre-order the deluxe edition will receive the standard edition bonuses, Gladiator Hulk and Command Mission X costumes, and a character pass that gives players access to six post-launch characters including Sigma. People who pre-order the collector's edition will receive the bonuses from both the standard and deluxe editions, LED-powered Infinity Stones, and four interlinking dioramas featuring Chun Li, Mega Man X, Iron Man, and Captain Marvel.
The game's confirmed characters include: Mega Man X (Mega Man X), Ryu (Street Fighter), Morrigan (Darkstalkers), Captain Marvel, Iron Man, Captain America, Ultron, Sigma (Mega Man X), Strider Hiryu (Strider), Hulk, Chris Redfield (Resident Evil), Thor, Chun Li (Street Fighter), Hawkeye, Rocket Raccoon, Gamora (Guardians of the Galaxy), Thanos, Zero (Mega Man X), Nova, Black Panther, Dante (Devil May Cry), Arthur (Ghosts 'n Goblins), Doctor Strange, Spencer (Bionic Commando), Jedah (Darkstalkers), Ghost Rider, Dormammu, and Firebrand (Ghosts 'n Goblins).
The game will feature single-player Arcade, Training, Story, and Mission modes, as well as multiplayer content. The multiplayer content includes ranked and casual matches, global leaderboards, and online lobbies with a spectator mode.
In the game, players have 2-on-2 team battles. Players can also choose one of six Infinity Stones from the Marvel universe to influence the battle's outcome. Capcom stated that "each Infinity Stone will customize characters with unique abilities and powerful game-changing effects that can quickly turn the tide of battle." The Infinity Stones (then called Infinity Gems) last appeared in the series in Capcom's 1995 Marvel Super Heroes fighting game. Capcom is developing the game using Unreal Engine 4 technology.