Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite File Size Revealed For Playstation 4

Three days remain until the official release of Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite and the main question is, how long will it take for me to download it? The answer came right out of the Playstation 4 product page.

As we can see on the game’s page on the Playstation 4 store, Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite will take up 38.18GB of free space on your Playstation 4 hard drive for moth its editions. The game seems pretty big for a fighting game but it’s not a thing that we haven’t seen happening in many other titles released in the past years.

If you are interested in buying Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite, it will have 3 editions: the  Physical Standard Edition, Digital Standard Edition and Digital Deluxe Edition. The whole roster is already leaked so there is not much to be expecting at this point.

If you pre-order the game you will be able to get new alternate appereances for your characters. We’ve already seen Thor, Ryu, the Hulk, and Mega Man. You’ll be able to get different outfits depending on which version of the game you pre-order. There is no clue as to if you will be able to buy those costumes in game too but there will be more to come when the character packs start to pop out.

If you pre-order the standard version of the game which costs $59.99, the only costumes you’ll be getting are the ones for Thor and the Hulk. If you want all four costumes, you’ll have to pre-order the $89.99 Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite Deluxe Edition, which includes the game and a character pass for DLC characters. Or, you can really let go and buy the $199.99 Collector’s Edition of the game, which includes four statues of characters, six Infinity Stones, and the Deluxe Edition of the game.

Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite is a crossover fighting game between characters from the Marvel and Capcom universes and it releases on September 19 in North America and Europe, and on September 21 in Japan. The game will be releasing on Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC.

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