Captain America And Iron Man Can't Help But Fight Each Other In Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite

The upcoming fighting game pitting the heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe and Capcom's legendary roster of video game stars already revealed that its story is going to be a bizarre mashup of the two worlds. But even with that going on around them, somehow Steve and Tony still find the time to beat each other up.

The latest trailer for Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite gives us an even better look at the cinematic story mode coming to the game, and unsurprisingly, it's still completely bonkers, from the sight of Rocket Raccoon asking Mega Man if he takes AA batteries, to Spider-Man and Ghost Rider teaming up with Darkstalkers' Morrigan to fight a giant, four-legged version of the venom symbiote.

That's even before you get into the main premise of the story — as infodumped by Mega Man's Dr. Light, via hologram, in Avengers Tower, which is a hell of sentence to have to type — which sees Ultron chasing down the Infinity Stones to harness enough cosmic power to smash the Marvel and Capcom universes together and rule over what's left. And yet, Tony and Steve still bicker with each other about how to save not one universe, but two, to the point they come to blows. I guess that's what you get for starring in a fighting game.

If that wasn't enough, the Hulk does a fastball special with Ryu from Street Fighter to send him him foot-first into the side of a giant monster:

It's pretty great.

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite releases September 19.

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