Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite adds Jedah from Darkstalkers

Pauline Gross
July 17, 2017

Capcom has officially unveiled new additions to the Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite roster, although there's a chance you might have already seen them before. And on top of that, we got to see gameplay of him and the Guardians of the Galaxy's Gamora during some exhibition matches at Evo 2017.

Jedah, who first appeared in the company's classic Darkstalkers line-up, will in fact be included in the roster in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, marking the first time that we've seen a male character in the series in some time.

While Jedah has previously made playable appearances in non-Darkstalkers titles such as the SNK vs. Capcom series, this is the first time he is playable in a Marvel vs. Capcom game.

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He appears to have similar moves to his Darkstalkers iteration, like his pinwheel attack, and he also fights with a scythe.

We are yet to see the new character in an official trailer. Filipino Champ and Combofiend did a great job of giving everyone a taste of just how crazier the battles can turn out in the next evolution of Marvel vs. Capcom.

Marvel vs Capcom Infinite hits PC on September 19 in North America and September 21 in Europe. Making the game more approachable to new players might be intentional as Capcom attempts to draw in new fans.

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