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Here's what the Mind Stone does in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

Posted by John 'Velociraptor' Guerrero • July 20, 2017 at 5 p.m. PDT • Comments: 30

We've known the properties of five of the six Infinity Stones in the Marvel universe as they pertain to the upcoming Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, and we're now upping that figure to a clean six out of six thanks to Maximilian.

San Diego Comic Con officially kicked off today, and the latest build of MvCI is playable for those in attendance. Unfortunately, not much information escapes SDCC immediately, as streaming and footage capture is heavily regulated, but we are getting updates from those on site about the newest additions to the latest Versus fighter.

Each Stone has two applications in battle. The first is the Infinity Surge, which players can use any time during the bout. The second is the Infinity Storm, which empties the charged up bar of meter and allows for a game changing Super move.

"Mind Stone is a command grab that is a full stun. Think of SF2 dizzy state, but has heavy scaling. The Infinity Storm gives you meter," explained Max on Twitter. This actually conflicts with what leaker Ryce said about the Mind Stone's powers.

We'll be expecting the new trailer showing off Spider-Man, Frank West, Mike Haggar and Nemesis, though we did get a sneak peak earlier today.

Max had a few more reactions to the latest build of MvCI, which you'll catch after the jump below.

It's still early, but it seems as though Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is becoming better and better in fans' eyes as development continues along.

Click the image below to see Max's other tweets about his findings in MvCI today:

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As we learn more and more about the title, we can't help but speculate as to just how much the Infinity Stones will affect and change how characters work.

We're looking forward to more footage so we can see all these new characters and the new Infinity Stones in action for ourselves.

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