The latest updates for "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite" will feature leaked concept arts of #Venom, #Black Widow, and #Winter Soldier in the game. Facebook username Milton Sanchez discovered a new Ultron Sigma glitch in the sequel's ranked match.

DLC characters leaked

It seems that the remaining DLC characters for "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite" have been leaked online as someone from Reddit posted several character concept artworks of Venom, Winter Soldier, and Black Widow for the sequel. These three will join Sigma, Black Panther, and Monster Hunter in the game's roster.

Both Black Widow and Winter Soldier's outfits are based on their movie counterparts in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, while Venom still retains his classic look from the comics.

Capcom already showcased Monster Hunter's gameplay trailer during Tokyo Game Show [VIDEO] event.

While fans are excited to see Winter Soldier and Black Widow make their debut in the crossover series, there are others who are still disappointed at the fact that X-Men and Fantastic Four characters are not added to the roster. The absence of franchise favorites like Wolverine, Storm, and Doctor Doom left a huge blow in the sequel's reviews and sales.

There are also rumors that "Street Fighter 3" boss, Gill will join the game and Reddit username SeraphimWing described him as a "hard-hitting character" who can deal heavy amounts of damage thanks to his "powerful normals." The latter will retain his move set from "SF3" and he can use "Resurrect" when he has three bars in his super meter.

Ultron Sigma glitch

Facebook username Milton Sanchez posted a gameplay video of himself fighting someone using Ultron Sigma in the sequel's online rank match on the PC platform.

The Ultron Sigma glitch was first spotted in the game's single-player arcade mode, but the PC user somehow found a way to hack into the game's main systems and place the boss fighter for online matches.

For now, Capcom has not yet made a comment regarding the Ultron Sigma glitch, and it will be awhile before the Japanese publisher discovers it and shuts it down permanently on the PC.

Game producer Peter Rosas confirmed that "MvC: Infinite" will not be ported to the Nintendo Switch console as he told Express in a previous interview that they were focused on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms.

The sequel will also have its own eSports tournament on Dec. 8-10 In Anaheim, California. It will feature 16 players and seven of them are former EVO champions. Six players will come from the qualifying tournaments, while the remaining three will come from the online competition.