Venom looks fantastic in Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite, due December 5

Olive Hawkins
November 21, 2017

A new trailer has been released showing off Black Widow, Venom, and Winter Soldier in action. For now, the core difference between them appears to be that Winter Soldier is slower and more strength-based (using his arm to block Nova's Gravimetric Blaster, for example), while Black Widow is faster and relies more on movement/confusing opponents to open them up.

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

Meanwhile, there's a free demo weekend for Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, which runs from 24th November to 27th November exclusively on PS4. Some of these include a sticky bomb or a nerve gas which knocks down the opponent. His new movement option is Venom Glide, a web zip of sorts, which can be aimed in six different directions, enabling him to keep the pressure going in his favor. As Capcom puts it, Black Widow has access to a number of evasive moves, meaning she won't be easy to catch during a match. Winter Soldier has a gun and really wants to be left alone.

All three come to MvC:I on December 5th.

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Natasha Romanova - the super spy known as Black Widow- is highly trained in the art of combat and espionage. Together, they are Venom, and they are hellbent on destroying Spider-Man.

Venom is probably the best looking character in the game and he has a ton of moves that will bring nostalgic tears to the eyes of gamers who played him in the first Marvel vs Capcom.

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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