Marvel and Disney are currently in talks with Digital Eclipse about the new Marvel vs. Capcom.
Disney and Capcom are said to be in talks to withdraw Marvel vs. Capcom2 Started. The game is no longer available digitally on the Xbox Live or PlayStation Store, so copying is difficult. Retail versions for older consoles often cost 50 euros and above.
Fight Classic was first released for the Dreamcast and Arcade machines in 2000, two years later for the Xbox and PS2, and then for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2009 by Digital Eclipse. Last Branch – Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, Which was released in 2017 – is not the most popular title of this series.
YouTuber Maximilian Dood is with him # FREEMVC2 Campaign Caused a great stir on the web. Mike Mika, head of Digital Eclipse, said in a later post Conversation He talks with Greg Burke of Camerhub TV about the sequel to the fight game with Capcom and Disney.
“I know Disney and Capcom heard this out loud and clear. We’re just starting some discussions now. We’ll see how far we can go, but at the end of the day it’s not really in our hands.”
Mike says both companies are eager to see classic revenue, but getting a license can be a big problem. Disney owns most of the rights to the Marvel characters, but Capcom obviously causes problems.
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