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If Winter Soldier and Captain America perform a Level 3 Hyper Combo together, they have a unique animation as a nod to the characters’ shared history.
Spider-Man’s Level 3 Hyper Combo involves pumpkin bombs flying out of nowhere to help with the attack. These are the same pumpkin bombs used by the Green Goblin. This led some fans to speculate that the Green Goblin would be an eventual DLC character.
When you complete Story Mode, eight stages will be unlocked.
Four color options are available for each character, but only two are available by default. Complete Arcade Mode once with a character to unlock that character’s third color, and then complete Arcade Mode again with that same character to unlock their fourth color. (You don’t need to defeat the final boss, just Ultron Sigma.)
To easily unlock the colors, go with two characters at a time whose colors you need to unlock, and then set the difficulty to Very Easy, the time to Infinite, and the damage setting to Highest. It will still take a while, but it will be a bit easier.
You can use the right shoulder button to switch between your two characters whenever you want, as long as you aren’t currently in the middle of an enemy’s combo. Try switching in the middle of your attack for a damage boost if you time it so that the attack continues with your other character.
Use Mission Mode to practice the basic controls and get used to the fighting styles of individual characters. Combos are vital to success, so be sure to practice and learn how to perform them.
Make sure you pair characters based on their strengths and weaknesses, such as picking a fast character to balance out a slow character, or a close-range character to balance out a long-range character. Pick characters that complement each other.
Until you’re used to the combos, you can use the auto combo system. Pressing the light punch button rapidly will automatically start a basic combo, while using the hard punch and hard kick together during this will let you use a Hyper Combo. However, you’ll want to move on to performing combos yourself.
Each Infinity Stone has a special move you can use (Infinity Surge), as well as an effect you can trigger once you fill up your infinity meter at least halfway.
Power Stone – Infinity Surge is a powerful attack that bounces your opponent off the wall, and the Infinity Storm raises your attack power and lets your attacks knock your opponent back.
Reality Stone – Infinity Surge launches a slow-moving projectile attack that homes in on your opponent, and the Infinity Storm adds elemental effects to your attacks, with a different element for each attack.
Soul Stone – Infinity Surge saps life from your opponent to heal you, and the Infinity Storm brings your second character out to fight alongside you, reviving them if they were already knocked out.
Mind Stone – Infinity Surge lets you grab your opponent to daze and throw them, and the Infinity Storm starts filling up your Hyper Combo meter.
Time Stone – Infinity Surge warps you a set distance at a high speed, and the Infinity Storm lets you quickly string attacks together into new combos.
Space Stone – Infinity Surge pulls your opponent toward you, and the Infinity Storm traps your opponent in a cage that only you can move.