Disney and Capcom are reportedly in talks to bring back Marvel vs. Capcom 2 in some form, but there are still some obstacles to getting there.
Disney and Capcom are reportedly in talks to bring them back Marvel vs. Capcom 2 in a way, but it is not certain that the various parties involved can reach an agreement on how to do this. 2000s Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes is a 2D fighter with numerous gaming and comic symbols, bright and colorful sprite-based graphics and fast-paced battles.
Despite its enthusiastic reception and devoted following Marvel vs. Capcom The series has been in legal limbo for the past few years, with the most recent entry being poorly received in 2017 Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. That hasn’t stopped requests for the crossover series to make a comeback, with fan campaigns like Maximillian Dodd’s # FreeMVC2 hashtag making waves on social media. Even well-known celebrities like Michel B. Jordan (best known for his role as Erik “Killmonger” Stevens in 2018 Black Panther) weigh up and ask for a remaster of the current generation of Marvel vs. Capcom 2. As it turns out, both Disney and Capcom are taking note of these requests, but are bringing them up MVC2 going back may be easier said than done.
Mike Mika, head of Digital Eclipse, whose companies have helped Disney and Capcom in the past to upgrade some of their older titles to modern systems, recently spoke to Shacknews on GamerHubTV’s YouTube channel (via Game rant) about the possibility of a new one Marvel vs. Capcom 2 release again. Mika said he was very supportive of the idea and passed it on to both Disney and Capcom as part of the #FreeMVC2 campaign. He stated that the decision to release Marvel vs. Capcom 2 Disney, Marvel and Capcom ultimately fall on current consoles; and allegations that these parent companies after the difficult development of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. However, he noted that a major obstacle in obtaining MVC2 being re-released are licensing costs, which Mika explained that at times it could be even higher than the actual budget of the game itself.
Now could be the best time to get a remastered version of Marvel vs. Capcom 2as Marvel has seen an increasing surge in high quality licensed games over the past few years. insomnia Marvel’s Spider-Man and Spider-Man: Miles Morales have earned critical acclaim on par with Rocksteadys Batman: Arkham Series. It is similar with Crystal Dynamics’ Marvel’s The Avengers continues with new DLC content. This trend is not slowing down anytime soon, either, as Insomniac wants to build on their Marvel résumé Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and Marvel’s Wolverine and Square Enix Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy next month. In addition, Firaxis Marvel’s midnight suns I want to explore the darker, more supernatural parts of the Marvel Universe next year.
Potentially port Marvel vs. Capcom 2 modern consoles like the PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X would satisfy those trying to re-launch the game, but the hurdles between Disney, Marvel, and Capcom could make the effort difficult. Still, the reality is that a Marvel vs. Capcom 2 Even in the discussion between these companies, remaster is enough to give players hope that the classic crossover title could return once again.
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Source: Game Rant, GamerHubTV / YouTube
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