Marvel vs. Capcom games to be delisted from PSN, XBLA

DLC sale until they're gone.

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Marvel vs. Capcom 2 will be delisted from PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade soon, Capcom has announced.

Capcom USA's Peter "ComboFiend" Rosas broke the news on the Capcom Unity blog, without offering an explanation, but it no doubt has to do with an expiring Marvel-related license.

The last day downloadable content for these games will be available in Europe on PSN is 19th December 2013 and globally on XBLA on 26th December. But there is a 50 per cent off the DLC sale on PlayStation's Store right now. No word on a similar deal on XBLA yet.

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