Dec 06, 2016 06:15 AM EST

'Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite' Launches In 2017: Greatness Awaits

By Conan K.

Capcom revealed the long-awaited trailer for "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite," which would be released in 2017. Fans had been waiting long enough for this, the continuous series of "Marvel vs. Capcom."

In the game, "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite" had players pick two characters each. Those two characters can be swapped, though, making this game popular among players. 2v2 tag team gameplay to be exact. This surely made "Marvel vs. Capcom" a long-running fighting game for almost five years now, but still getting tons of fans awaiting stated by Digital Trends.

Either way, fans had been wanting to see the Marvel heroes harness the power of the Infinity Stones to battle their opponents. So in the opening trailer, we can see Mega Man trying to get his hands on what we can see, looks like an Infinity Stone. Just then, a blue beam blasted straightforward to him before he was able to touch it. Mega Man was lucky enough that Ryu arrived in time to back him up.

The camera focuses on Iron Man which poses flashy in front of them. Mega man and Iron Man then blasted their beams straight to each other. Then Ryu punched his way to Iron Man then Captain Marvel was the one who arrived to catch him. The fight moves on, with Iron Man and Captain Marvel blasting laser beams at them and it concluded with Captain Marvel and Ryu colliding fists with one another.

In the end of the trailer, there is someone shown. The big boss of the game. Ultron, maybe? Well, to play is to believe.

New characters were revealed last Dec. 4 on ESPN2 during the Capcom Cup Street Fighter V tournament, namely, Captain America and Morrigan from Darkstalkers, which is updated by Polygon. Still, there is no exact date for its release, only that it would be sometime in 2017.

Along with this announcement, Capcom also announced that "Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3" is being re-released on current-gen systems as a digital download.

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