Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite marks the return of the series to the current generation consoles.
Additionally, the company announced in a press release that Dormammu, Firebrand, Ghost Rider, and Jedah will be playable characters. There will be more characters added after the game launches, who have yet to be revealed.
Accessible Single Player Content: In addition to the cinematic story experience, players can hone their skills in a variety of accessible single player modes, including Training, Mission and Arcade modes. The only way to advance to the boss is to keep on winning, so keep those epic showdowns coming.
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite features a variety of single-player and multiplayer offerings, and while we've touched upon these in the past, here's a list of both offline and online modes and features for your convenience.
Or, if you're feeling skilled and lucky, there are "advanced character-specific challenges".
There is also new information about the different game modes, which will include Story, Arcade, Mission, Training, VS. Player 2, VS. CPU, and Collection for offline games, and Ranked Match, Casual Match, Beginners League, Lobby, Rankings, and Replay for playing online. Light Database contains numerous unlockable items, including cut scenes from the story mode, character/stage information, concept artwork and character/stage audio tracks.
Rankings - view the rankings of players from all over the world.
There'll be free-form 2v2 team battles, as well as six Infinity Stones, which will allow players to use "elemental in-game powers" during battle.
The Marvel vs. Capcom franchise has been pitting fan-favorite Marvel characters against Capcom heroes and villains since its arcade origins in the mid-'90s.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite launches September 19 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.