The latest updates for "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite" will feature the System Requirements for the PC version and Capcom plans to have six DLCs for the sequel.

PC version requirements

According to Game Debate, PC users will need a Windows 7 64-bit software and an Intel Core i3-4160 with 3.6 GHz or an AMD FX-3600 at 3,5 GHz for the CPU. Users are required to have 6 GB of storage RAM, 1.5 GB video memory, and 59GB of hard drive space to install the game. The sequel will work properly if they have GeForce GTX 480 or a Radeon HD 6970 GPU with a DirectX 11 gaming card.

For the recommended requirements, PC users can use Windows 10 64-bit for its software and they will need an Intel Core i5-4990 3.6 GHz or an AMD FX-9370 4.4 GHz for the CPU.

PC users will need 8 GB of system memory and 59 GB of hard drive space to install the sequel. The recommended GPU for the game is the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 or an AMD Radeon R7 370. The GPU RAM should be at 2 GB with a DirectX 11 gaming card.

The website commented that "Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite's" PC requirements are similar to "Street Fighter 5" since both titles were developed using the Unreal Engine 4 software. The 59GB hard drive space is necessary to install the game's system updates and DLCs.

Six DLC for the sequel

Capcom announced that "MvC: Infinite" will have six downloadable content options and they are speculated to be playable characters in the roster. Characters such as Ant-Man, Winter Soldier, Venom, and Monster Hunter have been hinted to be potential DLC fighters, while a separate report claimed that X-Men and Fantastic Four characters are coming to the sequel in future DLC packs.

Players who have pre-ordered the sequel will get Sigma and Black Panther. Other characters such as Dr. Light, Master Meo, and MODOK are featured in the game as support or boss fighters.

The Japanese game publisher is also working on patch update for the game before its release as a Twitter username Chromy McDry posted a video that featured a proximity blocking glitch for each character.

The sequel will feature off and online game modes such as Arcade, Versus, Training, Ranked, and Casual matches. Story Mode will feature the heroes from both universes working together to stop Ultron Sigma from collecting the Infinity Stones and remake it in their own image. Player's can compete online in the "Beginner's League" or search for opponents in the "Lobby" section. Gamers can also record their matches using "Replay Settings."

The sequel will launch on Sept. 19 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC platforms.