Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite: Chun-Li’s Face Fixed By Capcom, Other Characters Also Improved

Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite marks the return of the series to the current generation consoles. The game has also received a short story demo currently available on the PlayStation Store and Xbox Live. This demo gives us a glimpse at the story mode featured in the game.

When the game was initially unveiled, it was criticized for the character models having low quality details and horrible art style. This applied to Capcom characters for the most part which was rather strange since the game was developed by Capcom. The most criticism was shared Chun-Li’s character model which was mocked by the fans of the series. After the release of the latest story trailer, Capcom appears to have taken special care of the particular model making sure it looks much better now.

Chun-Li’s character model now looks more Asian and has a nice angular face compared to her previous look. However she was not the only character model that had a terrible art style and some of the other criticized characters were Chris Redfield and Dante. Right now, we only have a comparison between Chun-Li but Chris Redfield looks good so far in the latest trailer.

Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is set to launch this September for the PS4 and Xbox One.

Khurram Imtiaz

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