It seems that the descriptions for the two remaining infinity stones in "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite" have been leaked online, as video game fans will now know how the Mind and Souls stones work in the crossover fighting sequel.

The Soul and Mind Infinity Stones

"Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite" featured four Infinity Stones from several gameplay trailers to free-to-play story mode in the PlayStation 4. These are the Space, Time, Power and Reality, and gives the players additional power boost for each of their favorite characters.

NeoGaf data miner Ryce was able to find out what the two stones are capable of in the game.

The Mind Stone will have the ability to copy the player's chosen character and mimic his/her attacks. The Soul Stone has the ability to steal the life force of player's opponent during combos and revive their fallen partner in battle.

While the developers have not yet made any announcements regarding an actual gameplay with the stones, video game fans will likely see them in action during EVO 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada this coming weekend.

Rumored characters joining roster

There have several speculations and rumors regarding the remaining playable characters in the Capcom crossover game.

The playable characters on the Marvel side include Avenger members Tony Stark/Iron Man, Steve Rogers/Captain America, Thor Odinson, Bruce Banner/The Hulk, Clint Burton/ Hawkeye, T'Challa/ Black Panther and Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel.

Guardians of the Galaxy members Rocket (with Groot) and Gamora, Nova Corp. member Richard Rider, Sorcerer Supreme Doctor Stephen Strange, Ultron and the Mad Titan Thanos.

For the Capcom side, these are Ryu, Chun-Li, Mega Man X, Zero, Sigma, Dante, Nathan Spencer, Sir Arthur, Morrigan Aensland, Strider Hiryu and Chris Redfield.

A list of other possible characters that could join the sequel will include Spider-Man, Ghost Rider, Dormammu, Venom, Winter Soldier, Ant-Man, Frank West, Jedah, Mike Haggar and Nemesis.

But one of the most controversial news in sequel's development is the absence of X-Men characters in the roster. Characters like Wolverine, Storm and Magneto have been heavily featured in past crossover titles starting from "X-Men vs.

Street Fighter."

Game producer Mike Evans told GameSpot that modern Marvel fans will not remember who the X-Men are, and cited the likes of Black Panther and the Guardians of the Galaxy as the most memorable characters in the game.

The story of the fourth crossover game will feature heroes from both worlds working together to stop Ultron Sigma from taking over the multiverse using the all of the Infinity Stones.

"Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite" will launch on Sept. 19 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms.