Here Are The Three Things You Need To Know About Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite

Capcom wants to make sure that Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite will be cooler and will be hotter. Although, the developer is not revealing any important parts of the game yet. However, there are something that the fans need to know before the game will be released.

Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Characters

Capcom is not revealing who are the other characters that will be included in MvC: Infinite. According to WWG, there are some, though, that are known to be coming. Mega Man and Ryu are said to be making their comeback in the upcoming game. Also, Morrigan, Captain America and Iron Man will be added on Marvel's roster.

There are rumors that Thor, The Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye will be part of MvC: Infinite. Fans are crossing their fingers for these characters to be included in the game. Also, some fans are waiting for some Capcom characters, too.

Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Gameplay

Next, players need to know that there will be a lot of combo play to be included in MvC: Infinite. The game is famous for new combos that players can use to their advantage. However, they are worrying on how will it effect the balancing of the gameplay.

Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Exclusions

According to reports, the X-Men will not be included in MvC: Infinite. They can scratch out the idea of using other mutants in the game. But there are rumors that Magnetto, Deadpool and Wolverine might be added on Marvel's roster.

As per Segment Next, there is no official announcement from Capcom when it is planning to release MvC: Infinite. The trailers of the game are not showing any specific date of availability of the game other than it will be released next year.

There might be new characters on MvC: Infinite that Capcom is not spilling to its fans. The players need to wait and see what will the developer will reveal next because it might be saving the best details about the game before it will finally be out in the market.

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