Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Gameplay Trailer Shows Off Firebrand’s Fiery Moves
Capcom promised last week that they would reveal more about Jedah, Dormammu, Firebrand, and Ghost Rider, and this latest gameplay trailer does just that. Gameplay Trailer #5 shows off the moves of these four fighters, and well… most of them like fire. These fighters will be available in Infinite at launch.
If you missed it, Capcom revealed more about the game’s modes last week:
Offline Modes & Features
- Story – puts players 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 – players can do various tutorial missions, or try their hand at advanced character-specific challenges.
- Training – set up a training area with various parameters and hone skills to improve fighting abilities.
- Vs. Player 2 – go head-to-head against another player locally.
- Vs. CPU – play solo against an AI-controlled opponent.
Online Modes & Features
- 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.
Also, make sure to check out our E3 preview for Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite:
Now that I’ve had another chance to learn the systems in place, and most importantly change my mindset, I actually have had a lot of fun playing Infinite. It’s definitely a very different experience from Marvel vs. Capcom 3, but since that game is available on PlayStation 4 already, I’m glad to be getting something different. Gameplay revolves less about calling in partners for assists, and instead feels much more like Street Fighter X Tekken from a tactical standpoint. That isn’t a bad thing in of itself, and I feel like more people will appreciate the intricacies of the action once they let go that this isn’t Marvel vs. Capcom 4.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite will release September 19 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.