Capcom released the latest addition to their collection of trailers surrounding their game, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, which is set to release on September 19. The day that many fans of the franchise, which dates back to 1998 when the first installment was released, approaches. So it’s no surprise that Capcom has decided to show off some more of the material that fans will have the opportunity of unlocking when they play the game. In the trailer I speak of, viewers can witness the Major Carol Danvers skin for Captain Marvel in action. Check it out below.
Released with the video was this snippet of information that describes where this skin comes from, and how a player can obtain it: “When accomplished Air Force pilot Carol Danvers was caught in the explosion of an alien device, she was imbued with super human powers. As an Avenger, she used her gifts to protect the planet. Now she is a member of the resistance, joining in the fight against the ultimate threat in this newly-formed universe — Ultron Sigma. By picking up Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite on PlayStation 4, you’ll be able to get this exclusive costume to fly into the battle with just as Carol Danvers did in her past.”
When Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite was first announced, there was speculation about how the final product would turn out. Certain character designs from Street Fighter V gave people some concerns in regards to how other character models would turn out. Specifically those from the Capcom universe. And with the bad reviews surrounding Street Fighter V, fans aren’t expecting much from Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. But I think that the story trailer that was released almost a month ago–along with other small teasers like the Major Carol Danvers one– should ease at least some concerns. If you haven’t seen the third story trailer yet, peek below.
Capcom may have messed up with Street Fighter V, but I think that that was because they were focusing most of their attention on Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. Or, well, that’s what I hope. Either way, we won’t know for sure until eight days from now when Infinite is released. Stay tuned for more coverage on it when that does happen in the very near future. Or, go find yourself an Infinity Stone and get a copy early. If someone out there finds a way to do that, make sure to let me know ASAP.
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