Marvel vs Capcom Infinite Pre-Orders Are Open, Here’s What Each Edition Features

By   /   Jun 7, 2017

Major retailers from around the world have started taking pre-orders for Marvel vs Capcom Infinite, which is scheduled to release later this year.

As always, there are several incentives and bonuses for the consumers to decide between. This handy little guide helps you pick out the best edition you want or need.

Standard Edition ($59.99)
It includes just the base-game, but securing an early copy will give owners access to Warrior Thor and Evil Ryu premium costumes.

Deluxe Edition ($89.99)
It includes the base-game and the 2017 Character Pass, which features six additional post-release characters and a premium costume for each of them. In addition, securing an early copy will give owners access to Warrior Thor, Evil Ryu, Gladiator Hulk, and Command Mission Mega Man X premium costumes.

Collector’s Edition ($199.99)
It includes the base-game, the 2017 Character Pass, and a beautiful four-character interlinking diorama of Captain Marvel, Chun-Li, Iron Man, and Mega Man X. In addition, owners will receive a special set of LED-powered Infinity Stones. Everything will be bundled with premium packaging.

Pre-ordering will get owners all of the aforementioned premium costumes: Warrior Thor, Evil Ryu, Gladiator Hulk, and Command Mission Mega Man X.

Capcom has great confidence in the success of Marvel vs Capcom Infinite. Having learned from the half-baked release of Street Fighter V last year, the developer previously stated that the new brawler would hit shelves in a complete form. There will be no modes or features hidden away as part of post-release updates.

During its latest earnings call for the fourth quarter, the company announced a sales target of two million units worldwide for the upcoming title. It should be noted that the same target was set for Street Fighter V as well but it fell short even after its first anniversary.

Marvel vs Capcom Infinite will officially release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on September 19.

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