Marvel vs Capcom 4 rumors have been circling the net for quite a while, stating that a potential crossover game might happen again. However, a recent report clarified that Marvel vs Capcom 3 producer Ryota Niitsuma isn?t part of the ?Marvel vs Capcom 4? project. Is the highly anticipated fighting game still in development?
Ryota Niitsuma posted on Twitter?last July that he isn?t working on Marvel vs Capcom 4. Niitsuma was the director-producer of the first Marvel vs Capcom 3 and the producer for Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3. Without him, we may not be receiving the potential Marvel vs Capcom 4 game.
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Marvel vs Capcom 2 was also a successful ?game that even had a competitive scene like Marvel vs Capcom 3. Niitsuma wasn?t part of that game, so it?s possible that Capcom may have other employees to make Marvel vs Capcom 4. More than its game systems, fans also like the diverse cast of characters coming from Marvel and Capcom. Marvel vs Capcom?s development and success is still possible even without Niitsuma?s involvement
Currently, only rumors are available about Marvel vs Capcom 4. Players will still have to wait for Capcom and Marvel?s current owners, Disney, to announce if they?ll have another Marvel vs Capcom game soon. Marvel?s current growth in prominence with its movies and Capcom?s need to redeem itself after Street Fighter 5?s release may be possible with Marvel vs Capcom 4. Its development may still be under wraps or it?s not being worked on at all.
In December, the PlayStation Experience 2016 will stream the Capcom Cup finals. Regarding Street Fighter 5, Capcom has been regularly revealing new fighting game content after the tournament finals of their games. Potentially, the Street Fighter 5 finals may not only announce the next Street fighter 5 DLC roadmap but also reveal information about Marvel vs Capcom 4. For now, all we can do is wait for the companies to confirm if the game?actually exists or not.