Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is the latest installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series of crossover games by Capcom. It was released on September 19, 2017 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. The game features returning and new characters from both Marvel and Capcom in two-on-two battles. The game re-introduces the Infinity Stones mechanic from Marvel Super Heroes.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite features two-on-two partner battles, similar to Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes and earlier installments in the franchise. Assist mechanics are removed, and are replaced by "Active Switch", a free-form tag system similar to Street Fighter x Tekken. It allows continuous combos between the two characters while on the ground or in the air. Players can also sacrifice meter from their Hyper Combo Gauge to perform a "Counter Switch", tagging-in their partner while the opponent is attacking them, providing the opportunity to counterattack and free the character trapped in the enemy's combo. Before the match begins, players can switch their two selected characters.
In place of the X-Factor, a new mechanic, Infinity Stones, is re-introduced to the series. Similar to Marvel Super Heroes, the Infinity Stones are six stones that grant various powers and abilities that may change the tide of battle. Only one of the stones can be selected during character selection. During battle, the player can freely use "Infinity Surge", one of the abilities granted by the stone. The stone gauge is filled only by taking damage and having one of your characters be defeated. Once the gauge is at 50% or more, "Infinity Storm" can be activated, slowly depleting the stone gauge. During Infinity Storm, players can access the Level 3 Hyper Combos in place of the regular Hyper Combo Gauge, prematurely ending Infinity Storm.
The game's button layout is similar to Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes, which includes four attack buttons, consisting of two pairs of light and heavy punches and kicks, and two additional buttons used for "Active Switch" and "Infinity Surge". If two additional buttons are pressed when the Infinity Stone Gauge is filled at 50% or more, it will activate "Infinity Storm". To improve accessibility, the game includes an "auto-combo" system, allowing players to mash the light punch button to automatically perform both ground and air combos. Certain Hyper Combos can now be activated by pressing the two heavy attack buttons, as opposed to the specific input combinations required in previous titles. The normal button input mechanics are universal, such as chain combos between each Light and Heavy buttons, and chain combos from each Command Normal Moves, Crouching HP (Launcher) and Air HK (Air Combo Finisher) as the main final combo chaining. The Advancing Guard can deflect non-beam projectiles from the characters who utilize these to their opponents into hitting the characters who throws the non-beam projectiles themselves.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite has a two-hour cinematic story mode, telling the story of the Infinity Stones and the convergence of Marvel and Capcom's universes. Similar to previous titles, the game features offline and online multiplayer modes. Standard offline modes, such as training & collections, and online modes, such as ranked tournaments, are present in the game.
On December 5, 2017 Patch 1.09, it introduces Team-Up Hyper Combo, which is only available for two corresponding members of the player’s team, akin to the one featured in Project X Zone series. So far, only the team-up of Captain America and Winter Soldier can perform this.
One day in a Marvel Universe, without warning, a convergence occurs, merging various locations with the worlds of Capcom (Becoming Earth30847|Earth-30847). At the center of the convergence, stands Ultron Sigma, a merged form of Ultron, the Avengers' robotic nemesis, and Sigma, arch-enemy of X. The new villain used the Space and Reality Stones to cause the convergence, and unleashed an evolved form of the on the merged world to infect the population and turn them into cyborgs under his control.
Eighty-eight days after the convergence, Captain America leads a group of heroes in an assault on Ultron Sigma's base in Xgard. While most of them manage to distract Ultron Sigma's forces of drones and infected Asgardians, a small group led by Chris and Doctor Strange infiltrate the base's underground prison to find the Mad Titan, Thanos, who Ultron Sigma somehow took hostage. Even though some of them are cautious about getting his help, the heroes get Thanos out of the prison and manage to escape from the villain's grasp, at the cost of Thor slowly being infected.
Returning to their base in Avengers Tower in New Metro City, the heroes put Thanos behind a force field for safety precautions. Even though Iron Man and Chun-Li object to it, Doctor Strange uses his magic to release Thanos from his chains. At that moment, Thor's infection fully takes him over, and speaking through him, Ultron Sigma taunts the heroes, proclaiming that they will eventually be infected too. As the infected Thor leaves for Xgard, Gamora and Nova arrive on a , and explain that they learned that Ultron Sigma managed to evolve the virus with help from Grandmaster Meio, and is building a biological weapon with the power to infect the world via Sigma virus. The heroes manage to convince Thanos to reveal the locations of the remaining four Infinity Stones, so they can use them to face Ulton Sigma. They split of into groups to go search for them, while Iron Man, Hawkeye and Spencer stay behind to guard the base.
Captain America and Chun-Li head for Valkanda to get the Time Stone, which is currently being used to hide the nation in a barrier beyond time. On the surface, the king Black Panther and a Monster Hunter find Ryu, who explains that he got lost while helping a group of researchers. Hulk shows up, angry that he got lost too. After Ryu calms him down with a fight, Captain America and Chun-Li asks for the Time Stone, but Black Panther is cautious about giving it up, as he fears that his people will get infected once the barrier is broken. Captain America warns him that even with the Time Stone, Valkanda won't last much longer from Ultron Sigma's powerful invasion.
Ultron Sigma's drones have been secretly trailing Captain America and Chun-Li, and breached the barrier. An infected Dah'ren Mohran starts wrecking the royal gates to the city. Ryu and Hulk manage to protect the gates and destroy Dah'ren Mohran. Just as Captain America predicted, the virus spread across Valkanda, prompting Black Panther to disable the barrier and entrust the Time Stone to Captain America. Ryu and Hulk joined the duo to leave for Avengers Tower while Black Panther and Monster Hunter stay behind to protect their nation.
Chris infiltrates the base of A.I.M.BRELLA to search for the Mind Stone. Even though Chris wants to find it alone, Iron Man calls up Spider-Man to meet up with him for assistance. The group deals with attacks from security B.O.W.s., and runs into Frank West, spying on them. The reporter wants to get a scoop after hearing reports of A.I.M.BRELLA abducting people and turning them into B.O.W.s. The group lets Frank accompany them, and they learn that A.I.M.BRELLA is bonding their B.O.W.s with alien symbiotes, hoping it increases their strength.
They see Haggar in one of the stasis tubes, who bursts out and attacks them, mistaking them for his captors. After Spider-Man explains the situation to Haggar, they overhear the leader of A.I.M.BRELLA, M.O.D.O.K., and Jedah to use the symbiotes to create an army of unstoppable monsters. As Jedah leaves to another dimension, the heroes confront M.O.D.O.K., who responds by sending the B.O.W.s after them. As they fight, M.O.D.O.K. uses the Mind Stone lodged in the gem on his forehead to assist the B.O.W.s, but luckily, the heroes still manage to defeat them. As a last resort, M.O.D.O.K. calls in Nemesis to attack them. After the heroes deal with him, Spider-Man swipes the Mind Stone from M.O.D.O.K., and narrowly escapes from a giant symbiote monster.
Meanwhile, at the Dark Kingdom, Ghost Rider searches for Jedah, seeking vengeance for abducting millions of souls from the merged world. He bumps into Morrigan, who tries to sway him. Unamused, Ghost Rider gets into a fight with Morrigan, which ends with the arrival of Doctor Strange, Dante and Arthur, who are looking for the Soul Stone. Morrigan tells them that Jedah has it, and leads them to him. The heroes find that the demons is making a symbiote weapon, fueling it with all the souls he took, and intends to fuel it with a million more to used against Ultron Sigma.
Before the heroes stop him, Dormammu and Firebrand appear to challenge them. After dealing with the two demons, Doctor Strange fails to disable the symbiote weapon with a spell, as Jedah manages to get away with the Soul Stone. The demon's escape portal is revealed to be connected to A.I.M.BRELLA Headquarters. Jedah and his now born-giant symbiote chases Chris' team. With no other option, the heroes leave the Dark Kingdom with a portal to chase after him.
Back at Avengers Tower, Iron Man chats with, who figures that the only way to harness the power of the Infinity Stones is to create a device that can keep them stabilized. At that moment, Ultron Sigma and his drones attack the tower, with the intent on killing Thanos. Doctor Light prepares a shield to protect the tower while Iron Man and Spencer deal with the drones. Thanos mocks Iron Man and Doctor Light for being indirectly involved in the creation of both Ultron and Sigma, despite fighting for peace. The drones break through the shield, and Ultron Sigma arrives ready to kill. With no other options, Iron Man and Spencer use the power of the tower to electrocute and weaken Ultron Sigma, then release Thanos from the force field to deal with him. As he deals brutal attacks on Ultron Sigma, Thanos punches the Reality Stone, causing it to crack, dealing massive damage to the metal tyrant. With no options left, Ultron Sigma uses the Space Stone to teleport away and repair.
In Knowmoon, Captain Marvel, Rocket Raccoon, Gamora, Nova, X and Strider Hiryu arrive at Grandmaster Meio's base with the intent on destroying the bio-weapon and finding the Power Stone. Gamora and Strider take out the security drones while the others head for the core. On the way there, they bump into Zero, who has been forcibly reprogrammed to serve as Meio's main security robot. Rocket and X manage to subdue and fix Zero while Captain Marvel and Nova continue heading for the core. As they arrive at the core, Meio appears and sends the drones to attack them. When questioned during the fight, Meio reveals that he's helping Ultron Sigma because he wants to see the merged world suffer. As Captain Marvel and Nova take out the drones, Gamora and Strider strike the finishing blow on Meio. As Rocket takes the Power Stone from Gravitron Core, the base's computers activate the core, leading the heroes realize that the Sigma Virus gas is actually inside Gravitron Core, and the core itself act as a bomb, just as it launches on a collision course to New Metro City.
As the Gravitron Core heads for the surface, Doctor Strange's group returns to Avengers Tower to report Jedah's escape, while Chris' group contacts them about the giant symbiote monster, which is now hot on their trail. Chasing them outside of A.I.M.BRELLA's base to downtown New Metro City, the monster starts wreaking havoc on the city. As Ghost Rider, Dante and Morrigan head off to assist Chris' group, Captain Marvel's group contact Iron Man about the Gravitron Core. At that moment, Captain America contacts the tower to tell them that his group got the Time Stone. Iron Man tells him to come as quickly as possible.
Back on the streets, Spider-Man suggests that they use high vibrations to weaken the monster. Chris tries firing his grenade launcher at the monster, but the blast sends pieces of the symbiote all over the place, with one piece bonding with Spider-Man. As Chris continues to deal with the monster, Frank and Haggar use the sound of taxi alarms to weaken the beast and force the symbiotic off of Spider-Man. As Spider-Man heads to Avengers Tower to give the Mind Stone to Iron Man, he is ambushed by Jedah, who demands to have the stone. Ghost Rider and Morrigan arrive to deal with Jedah, followed by Dante. When Spider-Man asks for additional aid, Captain America's group blasts by on the Quintet, and Hulk jumps out to help. Seeing he's outmatched, Jedah retreats to Avengers Tower to face Iron Man, just as Doctor Strange, Spencer and Arthur arrive in a portal to help deal with the monster. Back at Avengers Tower, Captain America, Ryu and Chun-Li arrive with the Time Stone just as Captain Marvel contacts the group, reporting the Gravitron Core has entered the Earth's atmosphere. Captain America tells Captain Marvel's group to head back to the tower to assist in dealing with the monster, as Iron Man leaves to assist them. As the heroes attack the monster with everything they got, Jedah arrives at the tower to take the Time Stone. Captain America and Ryu fend him off with the Time Stone, but Ryu starts subsuming to the Satsui no Hado, which intrigues Thanos. After Thanos steps in to defeat Jedah, the demon retreats just as the monster nears the tower and the Gravitron Core inches closer to the ground. Doctor Strange uses a spell to redirect the Gravitron Core towards Avengers Tower, and Iron Man, X and Zero use the Time, Mind and Power Stones respectively to blast the Gravitron Core and destroy the monster. Even though most of the planet is safe, the virus manages to slowly infect the heroes and Thanos, as well as ten blocks of the city. At that moment, the Time Stone knocks Iron Man unconscious, and shows him the story of how Ultron Sigma came into being.
Three days before the convergence, Jedah visited the Marvel Universe with a proposition for Mistress Death, in return for equilibrium, Jedah promised to take the souls of every being in the worlds of Capcom for Death to have by merging them with the Marvel Universe. The two gathered as many villains from the worlds including Thanos, with the intent on finding the Infinity Stones. Giving Thanos the Space Stone and sending the Reality Stone to X's world for safe-keeping, the villains planned to use the stones and a to merge the worlds and take as many souls as possible. The day before the convergence, Ultron and Sigma, who were part of the villains' alliance, had a private discussion about the plan, and figured they could the stones themselves to accomplish their shared goal of exterminating all organic life and remaking the world in their image, feeling that it doesn't need souls. On the day of the convergence, Ultron and Sigma double-crossed the alliance, with Ultron destroying Sigma's body and absorbing his A.I. into his body, creating Ultron Sigma. Even though he tried fighting back with the Space Stone, Thanos couldn't defeat Ultron Sigma and the power of the Reality Stone. Taking the Space Stone as his prize, Ultron Sigma combined Ultron's body with the two stones and the engine, and began the convergence. As Iron Man wakes up back in the present, the heroes and Thanos discuss on what to do, and figure the best option to cure everyone of the virus is to destroy Ultron Sigma. Captain America tells everyone that they need to get the Soul Stone from Jedah and complete the device. Dante volunteers to face Jedah, while everyone else heads for Xgard, with Iron Man, Gamora, Zero, Ryu, Frank and Thanos head for Sigma's old lab to finish the device.
Many of the heroes go back to Xgard, fighting off all the Ultron Drones and Xgardians they can before they reach Ultron Sigma. While in the lab finishing the device (later dubbed the Infinity Buster by Iron Man), Iron Man reveals to Thanos what the Time Stone revealed to him. Learning that Death betrayed Thanos and was simply using him to fulfill her goals with Jedah, Thanos attacks the heroes in a fit of rage. He successfully manages to beat them single-handedly, however he keeps his end of the bargain, finishes the device and gives Gamora the Time Stone, revealing that all he wants now is the Satsui no Hado which was sealed inside Ryu's body, thus freeing Ryu from the dark Hadou with energy absorbing gauntlet and use it for revenge against both Jedah and Death before teleporting away. Doctor Strange then arrives to take Iron Man and the device to Xgard.
Dante goes to the Dark Kingdom to fight Jedah, who is there waiting for him. Dante strikes, but Jedah dodges and injures Dante to the point where he goes into a permanent Devil Trigger to fight Jedah. Dante ultimately comes out victorious and leaves with the Soul Stone, sparing Jedah and effectively leaving him with his plans in ruin.
The heroes make it to Ultron Sigma, who sends an infected Thor to fight them. After Thor is beaten, Ultron Sigma steps in and fights them himself. After the fight, Dante shows up, and pretends to give up the Soul Stone to Ultron Sigma, knowing very well that he won't be able to control it's power, since he lacks a soul, the same warning mentioned by Thanos to Ultron prior the convergence. As the Soul Stone's power harms him, Ultron Sigma calls upon the full power of his two Infinity Stones to take on a bigger form, Ultron Omega. As Spider-Man web-grabs the Soul Stone from Ultron Omega's hand, it is flung at the infected Thor, who uses it to cure himself of the infection. With Thor free, the heroes strike a final assault on Ultron Omega, and after Captain Marvel and Dante weaken the metal giant, X uses the Infinity Buster, and the combined willpower of Strange, Morrigan, and the rest of the heroes, to destroy Ultron Omega, putting an end to his reign and eliminating any trace of the virus.
While Ultron Sigma is destroyed, Haggar and Frank West realize that the universes aren't separating. Strange says that the only way for them to be separated is with the power of the six Infinity Stones and the Reality Stone is cracked due to the fight between Ultron Sigma and Thanos, thus rendering the stone useless and must be repaired in a time being. Thor places them in protection in three locations in number of two stones per area with the Dark Kingdom, Xgard & Earth. The heroes then leave with Captain America, Ryu, Chris and Spider-Man having a talk on restructuring the now unified worlds of Marvel and Capcom.
In an after-credits scene, Jedah and Death are seen having a talk on Death's Fountain with Jedah revealing that there is yet another way to meet their original goal. However, Thanos arrives and attempts to destroy both Jedah and Death with the power of the Satsui no Hado he stole from Ryu as revenge for Death's betrayal. The outcome remains unknown.
Characters marked with † are non-playable characters featured in story mode or the backgrounds of stages, but are not fought.
Characters marked with + are non-playable characters fought in both arcade and story modes.
Characters marked with ‡ are non-playable characters fought in story mode.
Characters marked with - are non-playable characters who appear as part of a playable character's special moves.
Bold denotes new characters.
Italics denote DLC characters.
- Giant Symbiote†
- Green Goblin-
- Ultron Drone‡-
- Xgardian‡ (Marvel's Asgardian infected by the Sigma Virus)
- B.O.W.‡ (Resident Evil`s Bio Organic Weapon enhanced with the Symbiote, credited as "Symbiote Soldier")
- Dah'ren Mohran†
- Doctor Light†
- Grandmaster Meio†
As a result of the merging of worlds, most stages in Infinite are combinations of locations and concepts from both worlds.
Selectable and unlockable stages
- A.I.M.BRELLA - Control Room
- A.I.M.BRELLA - Laboratory Pathway
- Abel City - Sigma's Lab
- Avengers Tower - Briefing Room
- Avengers Tower - Lab
- Dark Kingdom - Heart of Chaos
- Dark Kingdom - Wastelands
- Knowmoon - Gravitron Core
- Knowmoon - Walkway
- New Metro City - Downtown
- New Metro City - Crossroads
- Unknown - Training Chamber
- Valkanda - Plains
- Xgard - Bifrost Bridge
- Xgard - Throne Room
- Xgard - Underground Prison
Stages exclusive to Story Mode
- A.I.M.BRELLA - Research Facility
- Avengers Tower - Under Siege
- Dark Kingdom - Heart of Chaos (Inactive)
- New Metro City - Symbiote Attack
- Valkanda - Sand Dunes
- Xgard - Final Battle (Story and Arcade Mode final boss stage)
Other areas featured in Story Mode, but not used as stages
- Avengers Tower - Docking Bay
- Quinjet - Cabin
- Unknown - Death's Sanctuary
- Unknown - Desolate Realm
- Xgard - Bifrost Bridge (Daylight) (also appeared in Arcade Mode ending)
All characters are voiced only in English.
|Strider Hiryu||TJ Storm|
|Chris||Roger Craig Smith|
|Zero||Johnny Yong Bosch|
|Frank West||T.J. Rotolo|
|Monster Hunter||Melissa Hutchison|
|Doctor Light||Michael Mislove|
|Grandmaster Meio||Adam Harrington|
|Firebrand||Ian James Corlett|
|Captain America||Brian Bloom|
|Captain Marvel||Grey Griffin|
|Thanos||Isaac C. Singleton Jr.|
|Iron Man||Eric Loomis|
|Rocket Raccoon||Trevor Devall|
|Doctor Strange||Liam O'Brien|
|Black Panther||James Mathis III|
|Groot||Kevin Michael Richardson|
|Winter Soldier||Scott Porter|
|Black Widow||Laura Bailey|
Symbiote Soldier A
Symbiote Soldier B
|Narrator||Dave B. Mitchell|
Development and Release
Following the release of Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 for the PlayStation Vita in 2012, Marvel's new parent company, The Walt Disney Company, which acquired Marvel in 2009, chose not to renew their licensing deal with Capcom, instead opting to move its viable properties towards their self-published game titles, such as the Disney Infinity series; this resulted in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes being removed from the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network in 2013. However, in 2016, Disney announced its decision to discontinue self-publishing efforts and switch over to a licensing-only model, allowing third-party game developers, including Capcom, to negotiate licenses with Marvel once again. On December 3, 2016, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite was officially unveiled during Sony's PlayStation Experience event; its first gameplay footage debuted on the same day following the conclusion of Capcom Cup 2016. The game is scheduled for release on September 19, 2017 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows.
According to Marvel Comics and Capcom representatives, the decision to change the three-on-three battle system from the series' previous iteration was considered for a long time before ultimately settling on two-on-two fights for the sake of accessibility. Capcom's Director of Production, Michael Evans, sought to give casual Marvel vs. Capcom fans the ability to get into the game without being overwhelmed by introducing a more manageable two-character system.
To expand the number of options for players, the "X-Factor" and assist attack mechanics from Marvel vs. Capcom 3 were removed in favor of the six Infinity Stones to provide teams with additional customization, and utilizes Switch Cancel combo, akin to Street Fighter X Tekken. Marvel and Capcom compared the Infinity Stones to the "Groove System" used in Capcom vs. SNK 2.Capcom's goal with the Infinity Stones was to create a level playing field by acting as a comeback enabler, thus allowing players to compensate for their characters' deficiencies and enhance their strong points.
Capcom's veteran director, Norio Hirose, will be directing the game. Marvel's writer, Frank Tieri will be writing the game's storyline since Marvel vs. Capcom 3. It is confirmed that other developer team members from previous Capcom's Vs. series also worked on developing this game.
As confirmed by Marvel Games' Creative director Bill Rosemann in DICE 2017, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite will not involve anything related to movie rights issues since it was lasted on Marvel: Contest of Champions.
According to Producer Mike Evans, the Marvel characters will not be solely based on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Despite this claim, 18 of the 19 characters from Marvel roster appeared in MCU productions, or at the time were confirmed to appear. Rival Schools character Akira Kazama was originally meant to be included in this game to represent the acknowledgement return of Rival Schools, but didn't make the cut. She would later be included in Season 5 of Street Fighter V four years later in 2021.
A month after the release of the game, Marvel published variant covers for numerous comic books featuring characters from the game.
- This game marks the first appearance of an incarnation of Mega Man in a game published by Capcom since Mega Man 10, 7 years prior. This also marks the return of Mega Man X in a Capcom-published game after 11 years, with Mega Man Maverick Hunter X prior to Rockman X DiVE/Megaman X DiVE a few years later.
- This is the first game in the series since Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes to state the names of the winning fighters at the end of a match, as opposed to Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, as well as Vampire Savior, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom and The King of Fighters series starting with The King of Fighters XII, which used the more traditional "You Win" and "You Lose" messages that are used in the Street Fighter series.
- Unlike previous games in the series, when the player loses a battle in arcade mode, there is no "Continue?" countdown or Game Over screen. Instead, when the player loses a battle in arcade mode, they will be taken to the "Battle Over" menu, asking them whether they want a rematch, to go back to the character select screen, or to go back to the main menu.
- This marks the very first complete absence of the Capcom characters' Japanese voice actors in the MvC series, probably because of time and budgeting reasons.
- Unlike previous games in the series, when a match ends via Time Over, there are no Time Over victory or defeat poses or quotes.
- This is the first MvC game to not have any X-Men present in the game. No Fantastic Four-associated characters are present either. This was due to issues between 20th Century Fox and the Walt Disney Company regarding the film rights to those series, 2 years prior Fox became part of Disney on March 20, 2019.
- Sigma's territory in Abel City and Avengers Tower are the only known locations to have remained seperate from any Marvel/Capcom counterparts.
- Most characters’ Dragon Punch-based special moves’ input motions are now . However, only Ryu, Doctor Strange, Frank West, Firebrand and Dormammu still retain the motion.
- Unlike previous games in the series, fighters that were knocked out earlier in the match do not have their bodies fade away; instead, their bodies just stay in place, and cannot be popped up off the ground by additional attacks; this is because they can be revived by the Soul Stone if the player is using that particular Infinity Stone. If the player looks closely, the player can see that the knocked out fighters are still breathing, because their chests are still inhaling and exhaling. However, the bodies of Frank West's zombie assistants do fade away after they have been disposed of. If the player does not have the Soul Stone, however, then the unconscious body of the knocked out teammate just stays in place where it landed for the rest of the match.
- Many of the game's assets are reused from previous Vs. Capcom series games, most notably Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
- While the Capcom characters reuse their old themes from previous games, the Marvel characters have brand new themes composed in the style of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The character themes on the Marvel side of the roster are more orchestra-based, whereas the character themes on the Capcom side of the roster are more electronic dance music-based.
- In addition, changes in background music in this game are determined by Infinity Storm activation, as opposed to by characters getting knocked out and replaced, like in Marvel vs Capcom 1 and 3. In this game, a character's theme will continue to play after a character is knocked out, and will not be changed until another character uses his or her Infinity Storm, which overrides the current, outgoing theme tune, and will remain in place either for the rest of the match, or until another character uses his or her Infinity Storm.
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