Mods for the PC version of Capcom’s Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite haven’t been made available in abundance, but they are slowly starting to pop up, such as the Captain Marvel and Gamora nude mods, which are available for download right now.
You can grab the Captain Marvel mod right now and download it for the PC version of Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite from the DeviantArt download page.
You can also grab the Gamora nude mod, from Guardians of the Galaxy DeviantArt page, from over on the as well.
- To install the mod you’ll need to go to the main Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite folder, which is typically located: at MVCIContentPaks
- Created a folder called: ~Mods
- Dump the pak files in the folder and you’re good to go. If you want to uninstall the mods, just delete the pak file. Full instructions can be found via the link here.
The mod was created by Spanish modder Segadoredelinks, who focuses on mods for a variety of games, including but not limited to Dead or Alive 5: Last Round and Street Fighter V.
The mod comes in four different variations, including a fully nude version of Carol Danvers as Captain Marvel, one with just boots and nothing else, one with just gloves and nothing else, and one with both gloves and boots and nothing else.
Body wise she isn’t designed with the most voluptuous look. She has a lanky but square design. You can see the full version of the nude mod by clicking through the link to get a better look at her uncensored lady bits.
Her butt looks kind of saggy, but to each their own, I guess. Then again… some poor dudes are into GILFs.
The Gamora nude mod also comes in four variations. The first variation is fully nude and fully shaved. The second variation features Gamora with her guns and holsters but still shaved. The third variation is for those of you who like to go sightseeing through the bush down under, and the fourth variation is hairy with her guns and holsters.
Anyway, mods for Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite are very sparse because the game just hasn’t been all that popular on Steam, opposite of Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3. Hilariously enough even though both games released on PC in 2017, according to Steam Spy Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite has only racked up 38,800 in sales on Steam while Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 has managed more than 101,900 in sales. So yeah… it’s pretty obvious which game real gamers prefer… and it certainly isn’t the one where the female super heroes have saggy butts.