Nearly two hours of direct feed Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite gameplay from TeaMandem and Loading Bar London

By on August 20, 2017 at 9:30 am
MvCI TeaMandem

We’re now less than a month away from the official launch of Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite and we’re getting more and more footage of the game in action as it reaches the final build. The members of TeaMandem, a London-based gaming group, were able to capture nearly two hours of direct feed video during a demo play session at Loading Bar London last week.

Capcom UK has been giving British players plenty of hands-on opportunities with MvC:I and it shows in these videos. You’ll see a number of practical Infinity Stone setups, creative uses for the game’s new Tag system and some early bread and butter combos. The Reality Stone seems to be a popular pick at this stage in the game’s life as the surge projectile can be used to lock an opponent down for easy mixups.

Even with all of this new footage the final build of the game hasn’t been tested by the public, so what we are seeing now is subject to change. Still, the pace and creativity we’re seeing from these short sessions make MvC:I look more and more like a worthy addition to the franchise that fighting game players know and love. Check out the full playlist with 16 videos below.

Source: TeaMandem

Kevin Webb is a player, writer and tournament organizer based in New York. When’s he’s not working on his set play or out at an event, you can catch him streaming on Twitch, tweeting about comics or throwing games of Dota 2.