It has now been some time since the last time we heard of Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, new chapter of the fighting game series announced at the PlayStation Experience 2016.
Capcom and Marvel have recently reported a press event to their crossover beat’em up title of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite held in Germany. The “surprising” revelations are still under an embargo. It is only in a few days to be informed to the public, at least a user of the Neogaf forum claims.
According to reports on NeoGaf from the insider Ryce, this lack of information will soon end: in the last week, in fact, a press event in Germany would be held during which Capcom will return to revive its title. New information, therefore, should be promoted by the end of this week when the embargo expires. “So I hear there was an MvCI press event in Germany a few days ago and that the embargo lifts at the end of the week. There are some big surprises in store, which I’m not going to spoil out of respect to Capcom,” the insider said.
Of course, what is being talked is not the result of official information; so we just have to wait and hope that the foregoing prediction proves reliable.
The release is not intended exclusively on PS4, as one might possibly assume. Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is also in the works for Xbox One and PC. Captain America and Iron Man from the Marvel camp as well as Mega Man X and Ryu from the Capcom camp have been confirmed as fighters in this new title.
Recall that Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is expected on PC, PS4 and Xbox One by the end of 2017.