Digital Eclipse desires to revive Marvel vs. Capcom 2 with a remaster, and the studio head says discussions concerning the challenge have begun. In an interview with GamerHubTV on YouTube, Digital Eclipse’s Mike Mika stated each Disney and Capcom have been approached concerning the thought.
“We’ve begun some discussions on that proper now and we’re making an attempt to see how far we are able to go. But finally, on the finish of the day, it’s actually lower than us,” Mika stated. “So all we are able to actually do is simply make the very best case attainable and attempt to make it straightforward for them, and see in the event that they’re .”
In 2009 Digital Eclipse, referred to as Backbone Entertainment on the time, launched a port of Marvel vs. Capcom 2 on the PS3 and Xbox 360 digital storefronts. (*2*) after Capcom’s licenses to make use of Marvel’s characters expired. Earlier this summer season, the #FreeMvC2 marketing campaign exploded in an effort from followers to attempt to make the sport extra simply accessible.
Since changing into Digital Eclipse in 2015, the studio has develop into recognized for remastering basic video games. Digital Eclipse has labored on collections for Mega Man, Street Fighter, SNK, Disney, and extra.
Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes initially launched in 2000. It initially got here to arcades and the Dreamcast, earlier than arriving on PS2 and Xbox in 2002.
You can try GamerHubTV’s full interview to listen to extra about Marvel vs. Capcom 2’s potential revival.
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