Marvel vs Capcom Infinite is apart of Xbox Play Anywhere. Its’ Microsoft Store page has been updated to include it as a title for the service. This marks the second Capcom title to be a part of the program, Resident Evil 7 being the first. However, this is not the only change to the listing. The standard edition has had a price drop from $59.99 to $39.99, while the deluxe version is $59.99.

Fans and critics have given the game harsh criticism, citing the lack of X-Men and Fantastic Four involvement and a weak roster. Fans were later angered to learn that the game had not made the final cut for the EVO 2018 lineup, a prestigious fighting game tournament that allows for the world’s best to compete for major prizes. This latest update could be an attempt by the publisher to breath new life into the latest installment of the Marvel vs. Capcom series.

Xbox Play Anywhere is one of Microsoft’s latest initiatives, where the player can purchase an eligible game on either Xbox One or Windows 10 and be able to play it on the other system, as well. Saves, add-ons, and achievements can also be shared between the two. Many of Xbox’s first party exclusives are available in the program including, ReCore, Cuphead, Forza Motorsport 7,  and the upcoming release Sea of Thieves. Third party games have also been welcomed into the program as well.

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