New E3 Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite Trailer Unveiled at Sony Press Conference (VIDEO)
This year’s Sony E3 conference has felt somewhat different, in that it mostly has consisted of new trailers for games that have mostly been announced already, with minimal speaking from Sony representatives on the stage. One such game that was already announced was Marvel Vs Capcom Infinte, which has already shown some of its story in previously revealed trailers. For the conference however, a new E3 Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite trailer continues revealing details about the story’s plot as well as the dynamics that will be shared among the Marvel and Capcom heroes that will team up in this narrative.
The new trailer seen above on Marvel Entertainment’s YouTube channel made its debut at the Sony E3 press conference today. The trailer shows Capcom and Marvel characters already having joined forces and convening in what presumably is the Avengers headquarters in New York City. Gamora is seen talking to her father, Thanos, as he is contained in a holding cell, telling them where to find the Infinity Stones. Also seen is Zero from the Mega Man Zero series, as it looks he might be under a nefarious reprogramming that may cause him to fight his robotic brother Mega Man.
Also seen in the trailer is the merged Ultron and Sigma body that will be the main antagonist of the game, about to square off against Thanos. As an added bonus, the trailer confirms that a Story Demo for the title is available now on PS4 and Xbox One, and pre-orders will be rewarded with 6 additional DLC characters and 6 new costumes.
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