Tidbits regarding "Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite" have begun to arrive and it is speculated that the game could be quite chaotic. However, there is no word about a third feature i.e. the six-button layout.

It is said that "Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite" could be a divisive game. In Infinite, the three-versus-three battles and assists features have been removed. This has been confirmed by the representatives of Marvel and Capcom, Game Informer reported.

It may be noted here that these three have been the defining features of the series, "Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite" for almost two decades. They have kept the hardcore fans glued to "Marvel Vs. Capcom" and the core of the game has remained pretty consistent, despite the flashes and super moves. So, would the step of doing away with the twin features impact "Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite?"

Well, the developers have considered the move in detail and the two-versus-two in "Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite" has been introduced for the sake of accessibility. Mike Evans, Director of Production, wants more fans to play the game without getting overwhelmed. In the upcoming edition, each player will have to select two characters and one Infinity Stone, claims Digital Trends.

According to Evans, the goal is to promote a more freeform system of play. The features have been removed to pave the way for more expansive and versatile swapping features. Speaking of swapping, Capcom has not revealed how often the swapping will work in "Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite." Nevertheless, it is going to make players feel more at ease as they indulge in the game.

In "Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite" they will be sure which character they will be swapping into during their combo. This removes the burden of memorizing their team order and thus, is expected to give one more control.

Last but not the least, there is the return of the Infinity Stones from the Capcom's Marvel-themed 1995 fighter, Marvel Super Heroes. It is worth mentioning here that "Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite" is a role-playing fighting game that allows players to control characters from Marvel Comics and Capcom in two-on-two battles.