Why Marvel vs Capcom Fighting Collection Isn’t On Xbox Consoles

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When the Marvel vs Capcom Fight Collection was announced on Tuesday, it was met with overwhelming praise from fans around the world. The only problem was that Marvel vs. Capcom Fight Collection isn’t going to be available on Xbox consoles.

No, when it launches later this year, it’ll be available only on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 (playable on PS5), and Steam. But why not Xbox?

According to a new report from Windows Central, it has to do with Capcom’s MT Framework that the game’s are built on. The outlet’s source say that Capcom “has no pipeline for porting older MT Framework titles to Xbox’s modern system, which makes it more expensive to deliver the same titles than it would porting them to PlayStation 4, Switch, or PC.”

Insider Gaming has reached out directly to Microsoft and Capcom for comment on this report. Should a response be received, this story will be updated accordingly.


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  1. I mean no one really cares anyway it’s old fighting games that only boomers really like only for nostalgia that’s 20 years too late.

  2. No one cares besides barley anyone owns an xbox no one is paying 70 bucks for this trash can we please get new games already they should bring back other games like Mega Man Legends and Battle Network, fighting games don’t sell well and how would a new MvC perform with the old crap people want accessibility and single player content the whole Marvel and Capcom thing makes no sense anyway it won’t work as a single player story and crossover wise also doesn’t make sense besides Capcom killed most of their IP that was used to prop this up like Darkstalkers and Marvel is dead.

  3. This isn’t what people meant when they voted for a new VS game they want things like Shonen Jump VS Capcom, Kodansha VS Capcom, or Sega VS Capcom. The rumors were a while ago Sega and Capcom are doing something.

  4. Ok…this collection won’t really do better there I mean it’s not a big enough audience and to be fair it’s really old games no one wants to play. If this was like remakes of the PS2 Spider-Man games and Web Of Shadows, Friend Or Foe, Hulk, those games it would be awesome but this is just not interesting it’s just boomer stuff which this direct had some of with the NES stuff.

    1. Xbox fans aren’t mad not many people own one it’s just weird this is happening before Power Stone.

  5. Well theis crap. Means a lot. To a lot of people. It’s because of haters like you, the game companies do some of the nonsense they do

    1. No it doesn’t it means something to outdated boomers even the current streamers had no hype for this. I would rather see Capcom focus on other titles over trying to make this again. Other VS games would be better and more interesting and a ton of IP remain dormant those are more important like Mega Man Legends and Power Stone unlike this crap.

  6. I love how a majority of the comments in this post are the same guy whining and underestimating how popular the Marvel vs. Capcom games are. Even Marvel themselves know how popular they are — the entire reason they dropped it in the direct was because they wanted it to be a surprise for fans of that series.

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