Capcom Considering More Marvel Vs Capcom Games

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Capcom Considering More Marvel Vs Capcom Games

Available for over five years now, Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate Of Two Worlds has still not had the right to a sequel and fans of the saga are becoming more desperate about the situation every day. Today, Capcom explains to us that since 2011 he lost the rights to the Marvel license, which not only prevents it from making new games, but also from making DLC ​​or patches for Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate Of Two Worlds.

However, the loss of this license in no way means that Capcom has forgotten a possible sequel to the saga as illustrated by the statement made by Capcom vice-president, Jay Ong to our Polygon confers.

There is nothing we can say at the moment. Let’s just say we hear a lot of things. We love our fans and we want to please them. We can’t say anything right now, but who knows what the future holds?

A rather enigmatic statement which could suggest that even if Marvel has just announced a Spiderman exclusive to the PlayStation 4 in collaboration with Insomniac Games, the franchise could once again turn to Capcom when it comes to fighting games. Would you be happy to see a new episode of the Marvel VS Capcom saga?

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