Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Gets Plenty of DLC Costumes Shown in New Trailers

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite gets a ton of DLC costumes for its characters from both teams as part of three different packages.

on October 23, 2017 6:30 PM

Nowadays you can expect fighting game developers to release a veritable myriad of DLC costumes for their titles. While Capcom may not even get remotely close to equalizing the epic deeds of team Ninja (which managed to sell Dead or Alive 5: Last Round fans seven season passes), they’re still quite proficient in dressing up their characters in all sorts of ways. Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is no exception.

Today the publisher released a batch of trailers showcasing a whopping three costume packs that have been made available for the game.

The World Warriors Costume Pack includes the Joe Fixit costume for Hulk, the Gladiator costume for Captain America, the Warbird costume for Captain Marvel, the Wanderer costume for Ryu, the Casual costume for Chun Li, and the Classic costume for Chris.

The Mystic Masters Costume Pack includes the Molten costume for Dormammu, the Outlaw costume for Ghost Rider, the Illuminati costume for Doctor Strange, the Ultimate costume for Firebrand, the Night Warrior costume for Morrigan and the Tyrant costume for Nemesis.

Lastly, the Avenging Army Costume Pack comes with the Ultimate Hawkeye costume, the Ultimate Thor costume, the Superior Iron Man costume, the Gottfried costume for Spencer, and the Fallen Angel Armor costume for Arthur. Oh yeah… there’s also the Nephilim costume for Dante, but that’s his DMC look, and we don’t talk about DMC.

You can check out all the trailers below, and if you’re unfamiliar with the game, you can read our review.



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