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New Marvel vs. Capcom 3 details, interviews and artwork

Posted by Jon 'Catalyst' Grey • April 20, 2010 at 11:11 a.m. PDT • Comments: 182
New Marvel vs. Capcom 3 details, interviews and artwork Official details were released today for Marvel vs. Capcom 3. To see some wicked high resolution artwork and some more speculation on who the roster members will be, hit the link below.

Here's a run down of what to expect from the new title.
• The game is set for a spring 2011 release date on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

• Right now the development team is looking at having about 30 characters — or so — in the roster.

• Seth Killian said that fans can expect "a healthy dose of new blood" when it comes to fighter selection.

• It's a 3-on-3 tag team fighting game, players build their own squads and uses Assists as well. Very similar to MvC2.

• The title uses an advanced version of Capcom's MT Framework, which powered Resident Evil 5 and Lost Planet 2.

• MvC3 has aerial combos, hyper combos and other original gameplay systems.

• The game is officially titled Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds.

• The goal is to get 100 pieces of music in the game, that includes old favorites, new tracks and remixes. The 'Take You For A Ride' song won't be returning, at least, it's not planned right now.

• There are no plans for an arcade, PC or Wii version.

• The team behind this wants this game to have a strong storyline.

• Development started on MvC3 in the summer of 2008.

• The art you see below are actually in-game character models. also did some revisions of this artwork with who they think the various fighters will be based on their outlines.

Click images for larger versions

GameTrailers and IGN also caught up with the game's producer, Ryota Niitsuma, for interviews.

Also some G4TV guys chat about the game for awhile, offering their impressions, which are interesting.
Thanks to SFilp, Ex ein, and Slimztheguy for contributing to this story.

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