The latest updates for "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite" will feature the game File Size for the PS4 version and "Street Fighter 3" villain Gill is teased as a potential DLC fighter.

PS4 version file size

It seems that the game file size for "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite" on the PlayStation 4 console has been revealed. According to the PlayStation Store listing, the sequel will require 38.18GB of free storage for the console which users find pretty big for a fighting game. While Capcom has yet to make a statement regarding the game file size, it is not common for new games to have big hard drive requirements, after all the sequel will feature six DLC packs that will likely fill the gap needed to install it in the console and PC platforms.

"Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite" will feature four editions: the Physical Standard Edition, Digital Standard Edition, Digital Deluxe Edition, and the Collectors Edition. The standard version will cost $59.99 and will feature the Warrior Thor and Gladiator Hulk costumes. The Deluxe Edition will feature four DLC character costumes for Thor, Hulk, Mega Man X, and Ryu, and it will cost around $89.99. The Collector's Edition will include four character statues of Ryu, Mega Man, Captain Marvel, and Iron Man, six Infinity Stones, and deluxe edition of the game for $199.99.

New DLC character teased?

Reddit username SeraphimWing revealed the possible DLC characters coming to "MvC: Infinite." The first six characters in the game are Sigma, Black Panther, Winter Soldier, Venom, Monster Hunter, and Gill.

Five of the fighters in the sequel have been referenced from previous leaks and rumored reports, but Gill is someone new to the popular crossover fighting franchise. SeraphimWing described it as a "hard-hitting character" who can deal heavy amounts of damage thanks to his "powerful normals."

Gill will have all of his move sets from "Street Fighter 3" and he can use "Resurrect" when he has three bars in his super meter.

The move can only be used once, and Soul Stone's revival powers will not work on him.

The sequel will feature heroes from both universes working together to fight the threat of Ultron Sigma and stop him from collecting all of the Infinity Stones. The latter will use the Infinity Stones to destroy biological life and remake the universe in their twisted image.

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