Today, Capcom released the fourth Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite gameplay trailer alongside a new batch of screenshots that show off the previously (yesterday) revealed playable characters: Spider-Man, Frank West, Gamora, Nemesis, and Haggar.
According to Capcom, Resident Evil’s Nemesis is equally devastating up close as he is from afar thanks to this armored attacks, command grabs, and rocket launcher. As you may know, Nemesis is a B.O.W., created by Umbrella Corporation and programmed to eliminate S.T.A.R.S., the elite Raccoon City police unit that discovered Umbrella’s secret development of bioweapons.
Spider-Man in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite will be Peter Parker, the boy who was bitten by a radioactive spider, which in turned granted him arachnid-like powers. According to Capcom, between Spidey’s huge arsenal of web-based attacks and new Level 3 hyper combo he is great for keeping his opponents on their toes and off guard.
The last of her race, Gamora was taken in by Thanos and was groomed to be a ruthless assassin. However, eventually she turned on her adoptive father and now uses her skills to help those who cannot help themselves. Known, as the “Most Dangerous Woman in the Universe,” Gamora travels with the Guardians of the Galaxy, wielding a fearsome and deadly arsenal, headlines by her sword Godslayer.
Then there is Frank West, who feels a little out of place, which is kinda classic Frank West now that I think about it. For those that don’t know: Frank West is a photojournalist famous for covering a zombie outbreak at a shopping mall and rescuing its survivors. He’s crazy and known for getting creative and utilizing everything as his disposal, turning ordinary objects into a mass of deadly weapons. Equipped with a tripod camera and a Servbot helmet, West is great at letting projectiles fly and extending combos.
Lastly, there is Haggar, a former pro wrestler turned mayor of Metro City. The “Fighting Mayor” known for fighting against the Mad Gear Gang of Metro City is a bit of a bruiser, and is capable of pulling barrels out of his back pocket, helping him chase down even the most elusive opponents.
Capcom has also announced and detailed the fifth Infinity Stone: The Mind Stone. This stone is said to bring a command grab type of attack to its wielder in the air and on the ground. Upon executing a Infinity Surge attack, the opponent will fall to the ground and then wake in a daze, granting the wielder plenty of time to set up their next move.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is slated to release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on September 19th. Below, you can check out the new, aforementioned trailer: