The Marvel Characters We Want to See in ‘Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite’

MVC Infinite

“Dreams definitely come true.”

That motto rung ever so true during the PlayStation Experience 2016 when Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite made its debut. Rumors have been swirling around about Marvel’s heroic roster focusing more on the comic brand’s Cinematic Universe. We hope that’s true, but we’re also predicting that Marvel will reach into its extensive TV show universe and assorted comics for additional roster members. With that in mind, we came up with a list of familiar (and not-so-familiar) Marvel heroes/villains who should play a part in all this playable fantasy warfare.

Note: this list is going to feature a collection of new faces we’d love to play as. We’re predicting that a majority of Marvel characters from UMVC3 will return (excluding the X-Men and other mutants we’re used to seeing, sadly).



“The Man With No Fear” has skyrocketed in popularity with the more casual audience thanks to his hit Netflix series. Hardcore fans have always known just how amazing this big city avenger can be and now his show has led more credence to that fact. It’s time for Daredevil to participate in Marvel’s war against Capcom. He’s incredibly mobile, has heightened senses that a person with sight doesn’t even have and he can pull off some slick beatings with a baton. Oh and he’s mastered a bunch of different martial arts – ninjutsu, aiki jujutsu, jujitsu, kung fu, capoeira, judo, aikido, wrestling, stick fighting and American-style boxing. Matt Murdock will fit in perfectly if he shows up to battle in MvC: Infinite.


Carnage Marvel

Now don’t get us wrong – we loved Venom during his time spent in the 1st two MvC titles. But we wouldn’t be too heartbroken if he didn’t show up again. Spider-Man’s a given as far as returning characters are concerned, but we think one of his most noteworthy adversaries should show up too. And that villain is the crazed Symbiote user known as Carnage. Cletus Kasady’s evil alter-ego is a powerful individual who’s power exceeds those of Spidey and even Venom. This red menace is capable of shape shifting his body into whatever he wishes, so the potential for him adopting cool ass super moves is already there. We can already see us taking out entire 2-person teams with Carnage’s axe hands and dangerous symbiote tendrils.

Luke Cage

Luke Cage Marvel

If Iron Fist is coming back, then his loyal and trustworthy Heroes for Hire ally should pop up beside him. Luke Cage is a massive brute who provides another playable powerhouse on the Marvel side of things. Capcom has Haggar on their side and we can already envision Cage being the perfect foil for him. Haggar will have his hands full with Cage since his set of abilities are nothing to scoff at. Cage has superhuman strength, which augments his strong melee skills (his street fighting mastery must be noted). Cage may not have some extraordinarily unique powers, but he’s still worthy of showing up to smash fools in MvC: Infinite.

The Punisher

The Punisher

We were shocked to NOT see Frank Castle get added to UMvC3. We’re praying to the Marvel Gods above that The Punisher finally get his just due as a selectable character in MvC: Infinite. Castle’s hand-to-hand combat skills are legendary, plus he’s got a stockpile of firearms that can rip his enemies to shreds. If Deadpool doesn’t come back to this entry, then we think the more serious and hard-edged Punisher can fulfill his roster spot just fine. His machine gun should play an integral part in how he picks off opponents and his Super Moves better involve his use of more military-grade weaponry.


Valkyrie Marvel

So it makes a ton of sense for Marvel to throw in a new Thor-themed character since his Ragnarok film is hitting theaters soon. We’re sure the Asgardian God of Thunder will return, but he needs some assistance during this new universe-spanning war. Who should accompany him, you might ask? The strongest of all Valkyrior, Valkyrie. Valkyrie is a natural badass who’s ability set makes perfect sense for a fighting game. Maybe she can even switch fighting styles during battle – one that utilizes her Dragonfang blade and one that focuses on her spear arts. How cool would it be to see her hop on her trusty steed Aragorn for a Level Three Super?


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Best thing about this job for me is that I find it interesting… It doesn’t even feel like a job to me! I mean even when I am on computer in my spare time I would be hanging on the internet and here I can do the same thing and in the same time get paid for it! It’s perfect! You should try this out •••➤➤➤


Do you want Winter Soldier or do you want Punisher? Because we can’t have both, they’re not very different ability wise.

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