Watch Captain Marvel kick butt in Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite gameplay premiere


Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite: Gameplay reveal trailer

ANAHEIM, Calilfornia—After a week of teases and leaks, Capcom confirmed on Saturday that its long-running fighting series, Marvel Vs. Capcom, would receive a sequel in 2017. The announcement came during the kickoff panel at this weekend’s PlayStation Experience expo, but the cooler stuff came later at the evening’s Street Fighter V world finals tournament.

The crossover sequel, dubbed Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite, received its world premiere gameplay trailer on Saturday night, and it was introduced by Street Fighter V director Yoshinori Ono. “After you watch this, you might not be able to go to sleep tonight,” Ono told the crowd.

The 1:30 trailer might not have been insomnia-inducing, but it was definitely far from a lullaby. The game now only lets players create teams of two, as opposed to the prior games’ three-on-three fights, and the trailer showed Capcom favorites Mega Man and Ryu squaring off against Marvel superheroes Iron Man and Captain Marvel.

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