In this Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Infinity Stones Guide, we have listed and detailed all the Infinity Stones in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. Infinity Stones make a return in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite and we have all the information that you need about them in our Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Infinity Stones Guide. We have listed the Infinity Surge and Infinity Storm of all these Infinity Stones in our Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Infinity Stones Guide.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Infinity Stones Guide
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Infinity Stones Guide details everything that you need to know about the Infinity Stones in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Infinity Stones
There are six different Infinity Stones in the game, each with their own unique powers. Each Infinity Stone gives you two abilities, Infinity Surge and Infinity Storm. Infinity surge is the basic power attack of the Infinity Stone equipped. It uses a small portion of the Infinity Gauge. Infinity Storm is the ultimate power attack of the Infinity Stone equipped and it used a complete Infinity Gauge and can be used only when this gauge is full. This gauge is filled during combat when you deal damage to opponents or you get hit yourself.
Surge of this ability will throw nearby opponents to the ground and will make them immobile for a minor time which gives you an opportunity to land a deadly combo. For the Storm, when activated, it will fill your Hyper Combo Gauge repeatedly even if you are using it to perform a super or hyper combo repeatedly.
Just as the name suggests, Time Stone’s abilities are based on time and space. Surge give you ability to move a specific distance at supersonic speed and they can even move through obstacles and opponents with this. Storm increases your speed and allows quick combos into other attacks when you hit your opponents.
Power Stone is all about Power. Surge is a powerful energy attack that bounces the enemy of the walls and gives you time to follow up with combos of your choice. Storm makes your attacks very powerful with each hit pushing the opponent behind.
Surge of Space Stone will attract opponents towards you. Use it against ranges attackers for maximum effect. Storm will seal the opponent in a cage with you free to hit them from wherever you want.
Soul Stone is the most powerful Infinity Stone in the game. Its surge allows you to leech health from your opponents. Best used when you are low on health. Storm calls in your other team member to fight alongside you and heal them even if they are knocked out. It also gives you the ability to use super combos simultaneously.
Reality Stone’s surge is a slow-moving homing projectile, which keeps following them wherever they go. It also serves as a great distraction. Storm will launch a different elemental attack each time depending on the button pressed. Good for surprising the opponent each time with a unique attack.
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