With the release of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite today, Capcom has released a trailer of the first big tournament of the game. Hit the jump to see the trailer and my thoughts.
When’s Mahvel? Tomorrow, September 19th.
To celebrate this, Capcom’s blog has released all the various single and multiplayer modes that will be coming with the game at launch.
- Offline Modes:
- Story – you’ll be put 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.
- Arcade – recreates the classic arcade experience. Keep winning to move forward and confront the final boss in an epic showdown of skills.
- Mission – do various tutorial missions, or your hand at advanced character-specific challenges and combos.
- Training – set up a training area with various parameters and hone your skills to improve your fighting abilities.
- Vs. Player 2 – go head-to-head against another player locally.
- Vs. CPU – play solo against an AI-controlled opponent.
- Collection – the Dr. Light Database contains numerous unlockable items, including cut scenes from the story mode, character/stage information, concept artwork and character/stage audio tracks.
- Online Modes:
- Ranked Match – battle other players online to advance in the rankings.
- Casual Match – battle other players online without the results affecting the rankings.
- Beginners League – a special league fought between players of Rank 14 or lower.
- Lobby – search for or create a lobby where up to 8 players can engage in simultaneous player-vs-player matches.
- Rankings – view the rankings of players from all over the world.
- Replay Settings – configure replay settings and view replays.
Hit the jump to see who the first batch of DLC characters are gonna be.
Last year’s Capcom Cup winner and FGC personality KnuckleDu has pledged to give all his winnings to victims of Hurricane Irma.
Liquid’s NuckleDu will be donating a majority of the total $10,000 prize pool he earned by beating Echo Fox’s Justin Wong in the Grand Finals. You can watch the entire match below.
This was an incredibly nice gesture by Du. I am sure Florida is going to need every single cent they can get in rebuilding and it is great to see people in the FGC community caring about such things.
I, like many other people in the FGC, like Street Fighter V’s newest DLC character, Menat. She is one of the less serious characters in the game, an apprentice of Rose, and she and her animations look fantastic.
But, unfortunately, there are a number of reasons why the Fortune-Teller’s future does not look great in competitive play.
The 5th DLC character of Season 2, Menat, comes to Street Fighter V on August 29th. Hit the jump to see a rundown of the character’s V-trigger, V-skill, and Critical Art.
The newest character was recently revealed for SFV, Menat. She could be seen in Ed’s story mode and is now officially a playable character. Hit the jump to see the trailer and the release date.
Yes, I realize that there has been a lot of talk about the Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite roster these past few weeks heading up to the game’s September 19th release this year. I do not really want to beat a dead horse at this point, but the roster for this game just really irks me. But, at the same time, I feel like there are certain factors that came into play when creating the game that many people did not notice or just decided to ignore. I am not giving Capcom an excuse, but there may be some slack that Capcom has yet to reap from its fans.
I will also be specifically only talking about things in regards to the roster of the game. I will not be mentioning the new story or gameplay mechanics in Infinite.
After this, I will not be making any more posts specifically regarding the roster for the upcoming fighting game unless something significant changes it.