Black Widow, like her MCU version, is an acrobatic attacker who can launch aerial attacks and wields electric batons during her special attacks.
On Tuesday morning, Capcom released a new trailer for the Winter Soldier, Black Widow, and Venom.
Winter Soldier, also known as Bucky Barnes, was Captain America's friend and sidekick during World War II before being captured and experimented on to become a hitman for the enemy.
As a skilled assassin, Winter Soldier has various ways to debilitate opponents and excels at ground combat. Venom is the product of an alien symbiote attaching to Eddie Brock, a rival of Peter Parker.
Unlocking any of these characters, either individually or with the character pass, will also unlock their respective premium costume.
Returning to the series with some of his signature moves, Venom's aggressive playstyle is further amplified in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite.
Black Widow, Venom and Winter Soldier are included as part of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's 2017 Character Pass.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is available for the Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC. If you are yet to try out the game, there is a free weekend planned for PlayStation Plus members from November 24-27. The trailer also shows the ultimate and super moves of these characters and teases some of the gameplay for them. Likely, he's being used to boost the chances of players buying the deluxe versions of the game that include the DLC characters.
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