Marvel vs. Capcom 3 revealed, first trailer debuts

Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds announced

Late last week Capcom finally let the cat out of the bag on the third entry into the Marvel vs. Capcom series. Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is slated for release in Spring 2011. Here are the details:

* The game is being built using MT Framework, the same tech Capcom used to create Resident Evil 5 and Lost Planet 2.

* The team wants the game to look like a "living comic book," and they're also taking inspiration from Street Fighter IV from an art perspective.

* The game will have roughly 30 characters

* Capcom's Seth Killian confirmed that Hyper Combos will make a return.

* Killian also noted that fans can expect "a healthy dose of new blood" when it comes to fighter selection.

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Aside from the characters revealed in the trailer, the silhouettes at the beginning give hints towards what other characters are to come. Here's our best estimations, from left to right:

Capcom:

Gene (God Hand)

Chun Li

Mia Fey (Phoenix Wright)

Frank West

Felicia (Darksiders)

Marvel:

Captain America

Dr. Doom

Deadpool

Wolverine

???

Check out the official teaser trailer below:

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Andy Burt

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