Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is a fighting video game developed and published by Capcom. It is the sixth main entry in the Marvel vs. Capcom series of crossover games as well as the ninth overall installment of Capcoms Vs. series, following Capcom vs. SNK and Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars as well as the Marvel based games.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite was released in 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. It features two-on-two battles, similar to earlier Marvel vs. Capcom games, and removes traditional assist moves in favor of its own dual-character combo system.
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1. Offline: 1. Story – puts players at the center of a fierce battle as heroes from both universes come together to stop Ultron Sigma, the combined form of two robotic villains. 2. Arcade – recreates the classic arcade experience. Keep winning to move forward and confront the final boss in an epic showdown of skills. 3. Mission – players can do various tutorial missions, or try their hand at advanced character-specific challenges. 4. Training – set up a training area with various parameters...
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite features two-on-two partner battles, similar to Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes and earlier installments in the franchise. The X-Factor mechanic, introduced in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, is instead replaced by a returning gameplay mechanic from Marvel Super Heroes: Infinity Stones (known as Gems in previous iterations), 6 different coloured stones equippable before the match, each stone providing different advantages to the player. Additional...
The main protagonists of the story are Captain Marvel, X, Thanos, Dante, Captain America, Ryu, Strider Hiryu and Chris. The main villains of the story are Ultron, Death, Jedah and Sigma. While the Infinity Stones are prominent throughout the story, the Reality and Soul Stones receive the most importance within the story.One day in the Marvel Universe, without warning, a convergence occurs, merging various locations with the worlds of Capcom. At the center of the convergence, stands Ultron Sig...
Characters marked with † are non-playable characters featured in story mode or the backgrounds of stages, but are not fought.Characters marked with + are non-playable characters fought in both arcade and story modes.Characters marked with ‡ are non-playable characters fought in story mode.Characters marked with - are non-playable characters who appear as part of a playable character's special moves.Bold denotes new characters.Italics denote DLC characters.
As a result of the merging of worlds, most stages in Infinite are combinations of locations and concepts from both worlds.Selectable and unlockable stages 1. A.I.M.BRELLA - Control Room 2. A.I.M.BRELLA - Laboratory Pathway 3. Abel City - Sigma's Lab 4. Avengers Tower - Briefing Room 5. Avengers Tower - Lab 6. Dark Kingdom - Heart of Chaos 7. Dark Kingdom - Wastelands 8. Knowmoon - Gravitron Core 9. Knowmoon - Walkway 10. New Metro City - Downtown 11. New Metro City - Crossroads 12. Unknown -...
The stones are similar to Groove Select from Capcom vs. SNK series, yet can be selected again after completing the previous stages on Arcade, Survival and Time Attack only. The stone gauge only maximized to two. Infinity Surge can be accessed without using a gauge meter, While Infinity Storm can be accessed by pressing both Active Switch and Infinity Surge simultaneously when the gauge is filled at certain levels. While Infinity Storm, player can access the Level 3 Hyper Combo moves in place...
1. Kyle Hebert - Ryu 2. Ted Sroka - X 3. Ashly Burch - Chun-Li 4. David Kaye - Jedah 5. Reuben Langdon - Dante 6. Siobhan Flynn - Morrigan 7. TJ Storm - Strider Hiryu 8. Roger Craig Smith - Chris 9. Johnny Yong Bosch - Zero 10. Matt Riedy - Haggar 11. Dameon Clark - Spencer 12. Dan Woren - Arthur 13. T.J. Rotolo - Frank West 14. Chris Tergliafera - Sigma, Ultron Sigma/Ultron Omega 15. Melissa Hutchison - Monster Hunter 16. Michael Mislove - Dr. Light 17. Adam Harrington - Grandmaster Meio 18...
Following the release of Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 for the PlayStation Vita in 2012, Marvel's new parent company, The Walt Disney Company, which acquired Marvel in 2009, chose not to renew their licensing deal with Capcom, instead opting to move its viable properties towards their self-published game titles, such as the Disney Infinity series; this resulted in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes being removed from the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Net...
1. This is the first installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series to include an alternate version of Mega Man as a playable character, not counting Zero's X costume in UMvC3. 2. This is the first Marvel vs. Capcom game to feature the Infinity Stones as a major mechanic. 1. It is also the second Marvel-titled Capcom fighting game to feature Infinity Stone mechanics since Marvel Super Heroes. 3. If don't include Boss characters, this is first Marvel vs. Capcom game that Capcom characters has fe...
1. List of Marvel moves in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite 2. List of Capcom moves in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite 3. Costume List 4. Downloadable Contents
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- September 19, 2017
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Featured Characters: 1. Marvel 1.1. Avengers 1.1.1. Captain America (Steve Rogers) 1.1.2. Iron Man (Tony Stark) 1.1.3. Hulk (Bruce Banner) 1.1.4. Thor 1.1.5. Hawkeye (Clint Barton) 1.1.6. Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers) (First full appearance) 1.1.7. Black Widow (Natasha Romanova) (First full appearance) (DLC) 1.2. Guardians of the Galaxy (First appearance) 1.2.1. Gamora (First appearance) 1.2.2. Rocket Raccoon 1.3. Doctor Strange 1.4. Ultron (First full appearance) 1.5. Thanos 1.6. Nova (Richard Rider) 1.7. Dormammu 1.8. Black Panther (T'Challa) (First full appearance) (DLC) 1.9. Spider-Man (Peter Parker) 1.10. Ghost Rider (Johnny Blaze) 1.11. Winter Soldier (Bucky Barnes) (First full appearance) (DLC) 1.12. Venom (Eddie Brock) (DLC) 2. Capcom 2.1. Arthur 2.2. Ryu 2.3. Dante 2.4. Morrigan Aensland 2.5. Strider Hiryu 2.6. Chris Redfield 2.7. Chun-Li 2.8. Nathan "Rad" Spencer 2.9. Sigma (First appearance) (DLC) 2.10. X (First full appearance) 2.11. Zero 2.12. Jedah Dohma (First appear...
Jedah Dohma allies with Death to bring balance between life and death between the Capcom and Marvel universes. To this end, they need all six Infinity Stones; they recruit Thanos and Ultron for the task. While Thanos retrieves the Space Stone, Ultron goes to Abel City to retrieve the Reality Stone. He meets the computer program Sigma, and the two decide to betray Jedah and Death for the sake of wiping out organic life with the Sigma virus, which will turn any organic being into a cybernetic being. They capture Thanos and steal the Space Stone, using it and the Reality Stone to craft a new body for themselves dubbed Ultron Sigma, while merging their worlds together and causing chaos. Ultron Sigma rules Xgard, the former Asgard and has turned its populace into his minions. Three months pass, and the heroes of both the Marvel and Capcom universes have joined forces to undo the damage Ultron Sigma had done to the multiverse.Kyle Hebert - RyuTed Sroka - XAshly Burch - Chun-LiDavid Kaye - JedahThis game was announced during Sony's PlayStation Experienceevent in December 2016.This game was released alongside a "Deluxe Edition" that featured six DLC characters and premium costumes.
This is the first game in the Marvel vs. Capcom-series where no characters from the X-Men or Fantastic Fourfranchises are present in the initial release.
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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is designed to be more accessible than previous Marvel vs. Capcom games, resulting in several changes to the series' fundamental mechanics. The game features a two-on-two battle system (similar to Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes and earlier installments in the franchise) instead of the three-on-three system used since Marvel vs. Capcom 2. The game implement the Infinity Stones system (which is based on the Infinity Gems gameplay mechanic from Marvel Super Heroes) which temporarily bestow players with unique abilities and stat boosts depending on the type of stone selected. Each player selects one Infinity Stone before the match begins, which bestows one ability that can be activated at any time, known as the "Infinity Surge". A second, stronger ability called the "Infinity Storm" can be activated after a player fills their Infinity meter, giving them a significant boost for a limited time, similar to the X-Factor system from Marvel vs. Capcom 3....
Death is visited by Jedah Dohma, who proposes an alliance to achieve equilibrium between life and death on both their worlds. Needing the six Infinity Stones to do so, Death deceives Thanos into aiding her, granting him the Space Stone. Thanos in turn proposes an alliance with Ultron, sending him to retrieve the Reality Stone from Abel City (which neither Thanos or Death can reach due to a barrier). In Abel City Sigma intercepts Ultron, and the two forge an alliance. They betray the others and use the Space and Reality Stones to merge the two dimensions, refering the event as the "Convergence", and fuse themselves into a single being named "Ultron Sigma". To wipe out biological life, they begin unleashing an evolved form of the Sigma Virus that turns organic creatures to synthetic beings under their control. An alliance of heroes from both worlds is formed, and they rescue Thanos from imprisonment. They secure him in a containment field at Avengers Tower, but Thor Odinson becomes in...
Following the release of Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 for the PlayStation Vita in 2012, Marvel's parent company, The Walt Disney Company, which acquired Marvel in 2009, chose not to renew their licensing deal with Capcom, instead opting to move its viable properties towards their self-published game titles, such as the Disney Infinity series; this resulted in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes being removed from the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network in 2013. However, in May 2016, Disney announced its decision to stop self-publishing their own video games and switch over to a licensing-only model, allowing third-party game developers, including Capcom, to renegotiate licenses with Marvel once again. Norio Hirose, a programmer at Capcom who had previously worked on X-Men vs. Street Fighter, Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter and Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes, as well as other Capcom fighting games (such as Project Justice and...
There are three types of editions for fans who pre-ordered the game; Standard Edition contains "Warrior Thor" and "Evil Ryu" alternate costumes, refered as "Premium Costumes", for Thor and Ryu. Deluxe Edition contains everything from the Standard Edition and addtionally "Gladiator Hulk" and "Command Mission X" costumes for Hulk and X as well as the "2017 Character Pass", which will give players access to six post-launch characters. Collectors Edition has everything Deluxe Edition offers, in addition to four detailed, interlinking dioramas from TriForce and LED-powered Infinity Stones. A demo of the story mode was released on June 12, 2017, following Sony's press conference at the E3 2017. In February 2017, Hasbro announced a Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite toy line during their presentation at the American International Toy Fair. In May 2017, Marvel Comics announced a series of Marvel vs. Capcom-themed comic book variant covers, which were available in comic stores throughout August.
The game received generally mixed reviews from critics, who praised its new gameplay systems, but heavily criticized its presentation, visuals, story mode and the character roster.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is notable for having these distinctions in the Marvel vs. Capcom series.
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