Marvel vs Capcom pitted Capcom's iconic roster of Street Fighter characters against some of the comic book phenomenon's best. After the franchise returned with 2017's Infinite, many fans have clamoured for the second episode to make a return.
And it seems like this request could be a possibility as Mike Mika from Digital Eclipse has stated that discussions for a remaster have begun.
Marvel Vs Capcom 2 Could Be Getting Remastered
In an interview on GamerHubTV, the studio head implied that Disney and Capcom are discussing the possibility of bringing the sequel to modern day systems:
We’ve begun some discussions on that right now and we’re trying to see how far we can go. But ultimately, at the end of the day, it’s really not up to us. So all we can really do is just make the best case possible and try to make it easy for them, and see if they’re interested.
Digital Eclipse has previously remastered games like Mega Man, Street Fighter, and even ported Marvel vs Capcom 2 to PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2009. If negotiations prove fruitful, Eclipse could possibly remaster the fighting clash. And while 2017's Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite did not include the X-Men, we could also see the team featured in the game.
But as Mika noted, discussions are still in their early stages. In the meantime, Marvel enthusiasts can grab their superhero fix through Guardians of the Galaxy, which just went gold ahead of next month's release. While Insomniac and PlayStation announced a slew of games including a sequel to 2018's Spider-Man.