Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite Introduces Black Widow, Venom, and Winter Soldier

Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite Introduces Black Widow, Venom, and Winter Soldier

Natasha "Black Widow" Romanova is a highly trained Russian spy who is now part of The Avengers program.

The next batch of characters for Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite - Black Widow, Venom and Winter Soldier - are coming to the crossover fighting game on December 5, Capcom confirmed today.

Capcom has released a brand new trailer to celebrate the announcement of the DLC characters which you can view below.

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Winter Soldier, also known as Bucky Barnes, was Captain America's friend and sidekick during World War II before being captured and experimented on to become a hitman for the enemy.

Blaming Peter Parker for the failure of his journalism career, former Daily Bugle reporter Eddie Brock bonded with a malevolent, symbiotic alien creature who had previously attempted to bond with Peter. Venom is an aggressive fighter with a Venom Glide that can let him zip in one of six directions around the screen. The company has also released a new gameplay video that shows off what these characters can do and they actually look fun to use. If you are yet to try out the game, there is a free weekend planned for PlayStation Plus members from November 24-27. Now, three more characters from the comic book universe are about the join the game. All 30 launch characters will be available in this demo!

This is the last set of characters for the Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite Season Pass 2017 although Capcom has shared interest in adding more characters through more Season Passes later down the line, just like they did it with Street Fighter V. The premium costumes for these characters can be seen below.

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