Capcom announced Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite last year and since then they have been stressing that it will be an “accessible” game.
Capcom COO Stuart Turner, said in an interview that MvC: Infinite is “far more simplistic”than Capcom’s previous fighting games.
Turner added that Infinite will have a good chance of appealing to a wide audience because it will feature well-known characters from the Marvel universe such as Iron Man and Captain America, saying the game will be:
“technically easier to pick up and play.”
Turner also said that Capcom is a market-leader in the fighting game space, and the company needs to continue pushing forward to help the genre overall:
“Fighting as a genre is an interesting one, it’s an area that we as a company excel in, but it’s always one that we need to take more of a lead on for the success and health of the whole genre.”
According to the Steam App Store, MvC:Infinite will be available in late 2017.
BioWare has mentioned that Mass Effect: Andromeda’s single-player campaign wont be as lengthy as its predecessors, and that more focus has been put on Andromeda’s multiplayer mode.
That being said BioWare has confirmed that Mass Effect: Andromeda’s multiplayer maps will be released for free to all users, this means that there will be a few different multiplayer map pack collections released for free in the months following the game’s release. Additional to that BioWare stated that Andromeda will allow players to select non-human multiplayer characters.
The official release trailer for Mass Effect: Andromeda confirmed that the final game in the Mass Effect franchise possesses the epic scope and intimate characterization that made the first three Mass Effect games the genre masterpieces they are.
Mass Effect: Andromeda official Gameplay trailer featured look at the game’s combat as well as a new environment full of mechanized villains, this is going to be one huge sequel. Also, there are scenes featuring wrist-mounted flamethrowers.
Mass Effect: Andromeda will arrive on March 21, 2017. The game is coming to XBO, PS4, and PC. EA and Origin Access subscribers will have a limited 10-hour trial of the game before it officially launches. The trial will be available on March 16and will not have a season pass.