Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Could Use a Tune-Up, Says Producer [Update]

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 was, on the whole, considered a better balanced edition than regular-old Marvel vs. Capcom 3. That's not to say it couldn't use some tuning, and Capcom's top fighting game producer says a balancing patch could be coming.

This despite rumors that the game no longer has a development team, and statements that licensing may play a role in maintaining or rebalancing the game. Still, at Comic-Con, producer Yoshinori Ono told fans that while new content likely isn't a possibility, the game could stand to be rebalanced. He asked fans to make suggestions to the changes they'd like to see. Shoryuken notes this could be a sly "effort to get the ball rolling on license negotiations."

So, fire away. If they're aware of the need for a rebalance, what should go into that?

[Update] In a subsequent interview with Siliconera, Matt Dahlgren, senior product manager on Capcom’s fighting games, said don't expect a rebalancing. "We’ve also said we are not working on an update to Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Our focus is still on Street Fighter."

Capcom Thinks Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Needs a Rebalance, Asks Fans to Discuss Possible Changes [Shoryuken, thanks Scott.]

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