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E3 2019: Marvel’s Avengers Game Is Finally Revealed!

Square Enix finally revealed the much anticipated Marvel’s Avengers game at the E3 2019, on Monday, June 10. The official trailer for the upcoming game was showcased in front of a huge crowd.

The highly awaited video game will be arriving for consoles in 2020, on May 15.

Going by the reveal trailer, it’s now known that the story of this Avengers title will take place in San Francisco. The trailer footage shows the core five members namely, Steve Rogers/Captain America, Tony Stark/Iron Man, Thor, Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow, and Bruce Banner/Hulk.

Talking about the supervillain, then the current video showed specifically the Taskmaster taking charge against the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.

Although no official ‘actual gameplay’ was revealed, the footage did reveal a glimpse of how it might look to play as one of the Marvel superheroes.

The gamers will be able to play as a solo player, or in a co-op mode, with up to three extra players being allowed to fight together. That means a total of four players will be able to play a mission simultaneously.

Check out some of the in-game photos from the trailer itself, below.

Image Credit: Marvel's Avengers

Image Credit: Marvel's Avengers

Image Credit: Marvel's Avengers

Image Credit: Marvel's Avengers

The game is being published by Square Enix and developed together by Crystal Dynamics (known for the rebooted and popular Tomb Raider gaming franchise) and Eidos Montreal (known for Deus Ex games).

But the best thing, especially for the gamers, is that this Marvel title won’t include the now usual scenarios of ‘pay-to-win’ and ‘loot boxes’. Which is very great as far as pure gaming experience is concerned.

Plus, the executives from Eidos Montreal also announced, during the E3 event, the plans for expanding the roster of playable superheroes when the game progresses. And they clearly said that there will be no additional charges to acquire any new character.

Marvel’s Avengers will be available next year, for PlayStation, Xbox One, PC, and the newly introduced Google’s Stadia game streaming service, upon its release on May 15th, 2020.

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