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More Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite footage arrives in new cinematic trailer

Fans looking forward to the return of the Marvel vs Capcom franchise with ‘Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite’ will be pleased to learn there’s a new trailer for the game.

The cinematic trailer reveals some new elements of the game’s story mode, showcasing plenty of action ahead of the game’s release in September.

Heroes from both universes show up in this latest footage, teaming up to stop Ultron Sigma from “infecting all biological life in the newly merged Marvel and Capcom worlds”.

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Capcom has also confirmed more playable characters for the game, including Jedah, Dormammu, Firebrand, and Ghost Rider.

More details about these characters will apparently be revealed at the same time as the Gamescom event in Cologne, Germany next week.

Capcom also says more characters will be added after the game launches, with numerous single-player and multi-player modes promised.

There’ll be free-form 2v2 team battles, as well as six Infinity Stones, which will allow players to use “elemental in-game powers” during battle.

The developer also promises famous locations from the Marvel and Capcom universes will be fused together in the game as part of Ultron Sigma’s nefarious plot.

The game launches for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC across North America and Europe on September 19.

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