Struggling to clutch out those wins in Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite, or just trying to get that bit better? You can’t afford to miss out on these beginner tips.
It’s been just over six years since Marvel vs Capcom 3’s release and five since the highly lauded Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 update. As a love letter to both comics and the Marvel universe, the Marvel vs Capcom series was in need of a new instalment on the current generation of consoles. Well, now we’ve finally got one in the shape of Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite, out tomorrow on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
In fact, it’s been so long since we all played a Marvel vs Capcom game that the rust's definitely starting to show. Muscle memory isn’t what it used to be and, with the change in mechanics the new MvC brings with it, we thought it was best to give you a beginner’s guide to ensure that you hit the ground running. Here are our Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite tips to get you started.
In Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite, not every character color scheme is given to you straight out of the gate, as you'll need to unlock the final two color schemes for every character by beating the Arcade mode multiple times, and you'll need to head into the story mode to unlock every stage in the game.
Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite brings the two storied franchises back once more, pitting characters like Iron Man, Captain Marvel, and the Hulk against Chun-Li, Chris Redfield, and Dante. In this Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite guide, we'll be going over all the basics you need in order to properly get to grips with the latest entry in the series, whether you're a returning fan or series newcomer, including combo attacks.
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