Some people may own an Xbox One and PC but may not be inclined to buy certain games for one platform or the other, only being willing to buy a game if it's compatible across both. Well, Capcom just applied the latter condition to Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite, which has become an Xbox Play...
Capcom's fighter gets a price drop as it becomes an Xbox Play Anywhere title.
During E3 2016, Microsoft took to the stage to announce its "Play Anywhere" initiative. This new program would see games being released simultaneously on PC and Xbox One with crossplay enabled. One purchase (most of the time) would grant...Show More Summary
Now you can purchase the game once and play it on Xbox One and Windows 10. Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite launched last year and gamers wanted it to be an Xbox Play Anywhere experience like Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. However, the publisher chose to sell the Xbox One and PC versions separately upon release. ...
After being rejected for EVO 2018, you'd think Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite would avoid more headlines about exclusions from tournaments. Turns out that isn't the case. As reported by Kotaku, MvC: I won't be present at the Capcom ProShow More Summary
Speaking during the EVO 2018 broadcast, tournament organisers Joey "Mr. Wizard" Cuellar and Mark "MarkMan" Julio briefly touched upon the reasons that Capcom's Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, a game which has been out for less than sixShow More Summary
On Tuesday night, the Evo 2018 lineup was revealed from the Red Bull Studios in Santa Monica, CA. Eight games would get the chance to gather its players and fans around the biggest fighting game stage of the year. More than in years past, the fighting game field has become crowded. Show More Summary
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite doesn't make the cut for EVO 2018 this August.
Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite will not feature at this year's Evo tournament - sounding the death knell for the embattled crossover fighting game. Overnight, officials announced the eight-game lineup for Evo - the biggest fighting game tournament in the world - and Marvel vs. Show More Summary
In a shock move, Capcom’s crossover fighter won’t be one of the eight games played at the EVO fighting game tournament in 2018. The organizers of the Evolution Championship Series, also known as EVO, has announced the game line-up for their world championship tournament for this year. Show More Summary
With Evo Japan having just wrapped up its overseas debut, it's time to look ahead to Evo 2018 here in the United States. The biggest fighting game tournament in the world is set to return to Las Vegas in August, headlined by Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition. Show More Summary
Capcom's video game business had a strong quarter, despite crossover fighting game Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite flopping hard. In a press release reporting the financial results for the nine months ending 31st December 2017, Capcom confirmed Marvel vs. Show More Summary
Dragon Ball has certainly been around the block in video game terms, but Dragon Ball FighterZ is a franchise best. Here’s the thing: Dragon Ball FighterZ is made by Arc System Works. ArcSys, as their dedicated fans call them, really know how to make a damn good fighting game. They never quite see the widespread […]
While this week has been a big one for Street Fighter V, Capcom's other major fighting game franchise is getting some attention this week, too. Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is set to receive a patch later this Thursday. While it's set...Show More Summary
Alongside last weekend's Capcom Cup, which saw the best on the world throw down on Street Fighter V, there was also a tournament held on Capcom's crossover title, Marvel vs Capcom Infinite.The "Battle for the Stones" tourney had a great trophy and some wacky rules, meant to represent the chaos of the Infinity Gems. Show More Summary
Capcom have announced that PlayStation Plus members will be able to try out Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite online later this week, as they are having another free weekend to get people on-board with the comic-book crossover title.The fighter recently underwent a balance overhaul, as well as receiving some additional content. Show More Summary
The most recent content update for Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite introduced a very serious problem for Xbox One owners with the disc version. Admittedly, it’s one most Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite players may not run into just because of what’s required for the bug to trigger. When it does, it could result in the loss […]
Marvel vs Capcom Infinite will give PlayStation Plus subscribers a chance to play the game for free this weekend, while current owners can pick up some new characters. The’Free Versus Mode Demo Weekend’ was announced on the US PlayStation Blog. From December 8, 8am PST through to December 11, 8am PST, you’ll be able to […]
When Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite was announced at PlayStation Experience 2016, we called upon players around the world to form teams of intergalactic heroes, world warriors, and peacekeeping robots. We’ve enjoyed seeing the amount of creativity exhibited by the community and look forward to more awe-inspiring plays. Show More Summary
Comic crossover fighting game Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite gets a boost in content today, with update 1.05 bringing new costumes, new characters and balance tweaks to the tag-team punch-up. The 2.7GB patch is available to download on consoles...Show More Summary