The latest updates for "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite" will feature the four DLC characters that are joining the sequel's growing roster. Game producer Peter Rosas confirmed that the Nintendo Switch version of the game would not be in the works as they are currently focused on the console and PC release.

DLC characters announced

Capcom announced that four DLC characters are joining "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's" roster. These characters are Black Widow, The Winter Soldier, Venom, and Monster Hunter. In fact, the Japanese game publisher launched a gameplay trailer for Monster Hunter in the sequel during this year's Tokyo Game Show event.

Monster Hunter's attacks are based on her titular game series, and her weapons are crafted from the bones of the various beasts that she defeated. Her gameplay style is very straightforward and she using chained combos to dish out devasting damage to her opponents.

The latter can use her Great Sword to cause more damage and her bow to fire projectiles from a distance. Monster Hunter's ability to use multiple weapon classes will make her one of the most diverse characters in the roster. Monster Hunter was first seen in the sequel's story mode as an ally of Black Panther in Valkanda.

While gaming fans will have to wait for Black Widow, Winter Soldier, and Venom's announcement in the sequel, they will be certainly disappointed knowing that X-Men and Fantastic Four characters are not included in the roster.

No Nintendo Switch version?

Game producer Peter Rosas confirmed that the developers would not port "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite" into the Nintendo Switch version as he told Express that they are currently focused on promoting the game to the PlayStation 4, Xbox Ine One, and PC platforms.

"Sorry, we do not have any news on the Switch version," Rosas said.

"We're focusing on the console releases right now."

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

The sequel will feature heroes from universes trying to stop Ultron Sigma from collecting the Infinity Stones and reshape them into their twisted image. Players who have finished the game's story mode speculated that their next opponent could be Thanos since the Mad Titan stole the "Satsui no Hado" from Ryu and used its power to fight Mistress Death.