Fighting game Marvel vs. Capcom Origins leaves PlayStation Network and Xbox Live soon, publisher Capcom has warned.

The game will be delisted from PlayStation Network and Xbox Live this month, Capcom's fighting game community chief Peter "ComboFiend" Rosas revealed on Capcom Unity.

MVCO leaves the stores on the following dates:

  • PSN (US): DEC 23, 2014
  • PSN (EU): DEC 23, 2014
  • XBLA (GLOBAL): DEC 31, 2014

Marvel vs. Capcom Origins bundles together 90s fighting games Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Heroes, complete with a HD lick of paint.

Both games feature GGPO-enhanced online play, with eight-player lobbies, spectator mode, in-game achievements and replay saving.

Currently, the game is £11.99 on PSN and £9.99 on Xbox Live.

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