See Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite’s new premium costumes in action with these pack trailers

By on October 25, 2017 at 4:00 pm
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As they’ve previously done with the Major Carol Danvers, Superior Spider-Man, and the Evil Ryu, Command Mission X, Gladiator Hulk and Warrior Thor costumes, the Marvel vs. Capcom YouTube channel has recently uploaded a series of trailers for the four Premium Costume Packs that went on sale alongside Sigma, Black Panther, and Monster Hunter last Tuesday. For those still on the fence about purchasing some of these costumes, these trailers allow us a look at the how the outfits will look in-game; there is a trailer for each of the three available packs.

The Mystic Masters costume pack includes: Doctor Strange’s Illunimati Defenders/Marvel NOW! attire, seen in books such as Strange Tales #110; Ghost Rider’s Outlaw costume, which is based on the 2007 Ghost Rider movie’s Carter Slade/Phantom Rider and Prime Earth’s Cowboy Ghost Rider; Morrigan’s Night Warriors attire, based off of one of the succubus’s iconic win poses; Molten Dormammu, seen in Strange Tales #126 and New Exiles Annual #1; Firebrand’s Ultimate form from Demon’s Crest and Ultimate Ghouls n’ Ghosts; and Nemesis’s Tyrant costume, which pays homage to T-00/Mr. X.

The World Warriors pack contains Ryu’s Wanderer costume; “Joe Fixit” Hulk; Gladiator Captain America, seen in Secret Wars: Planet Hulk Steve Rogers; “casual” Chun-Li, referencing her Street Fighter II ending’s civilian outfit; Captain Marvel’s Warbird/Ms. Marvel costume; and classic Chris Redfield, a throwback to an alternate outfit from the original Resident Evil.

Finally, the Avenging Army pack consists of Ultimate Hawkeye’s Ultimatum costume; Dante’s Nephilim costume, recreating his appearance from DmC: Devil May Cry; Arthur’s Fallen Angel armor from Ultimate Ghouls n’ Ghosts; Ultimate Thor; Superior Iron Man, with the Endo-Sym armor; and a Gottfried Groeder outfit for Spencer. You can see all three trailers below.

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam PC. These costume packs can be purchased for $11.99 each, and the outfits can also be bought individually for $3.99 each — or as part of the Premium Costume Pass for $29.99 (which will also include the other 12 Wave 1 costumes for the remaining base roster characters, to be released later this year).

Source: Marvel vs. Capcom (YouTube)

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