Marvel's Avengers Revealed With Release Date - E3 2019


In development at Crystal Dynamics with help from Eidos Montreal, Nixxes Software and Crystal Northwest, the simply titled Marvel's Avengers will be out on 15th May 2020.

With enough action and world altering cataclysms to rival the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Square Enix's Avengers game has been revealed.

"As you go through that bespoke campaign, there will be missions that are tailored for certain heroes", Crystal Dynamics studio head Scot Amos told Game Informer.

Square Enix confirmed the game will be regularly updated with new content at no extra cost. You'll play as your favourite Avengers in an all-new storyline, featuring a bunch of incredible all-star villains. Watch the gameplay trailer below.

Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics finally offered gamers a proper look at its long-teased game, "Marvel's Avengers".

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This year's E3 celebration has already boasted plenty of exciting video game announcements.

"'Marvel's Avengers' begins at A-Day, where Captain America, Iron Man, the Hulk, Black Widow, and Thor are unveiling a hi-tech Avengers Headquarters in San Francisco - including the reveal of their own helicarrier powered by an experimental energy source". However, when the rescue goes awry, the superhero group is blamed for the destruction and forcibly disbanded by the USA government. Nolan North is Iron Man; Troy Baker is Bruce Banner; Travis Willingham is Thor; Laura Bailey is Black Widow; and Jeff Schine is Captain America. A game created to be "delivered over multiple years" with a heavy co-operative component doesn't sound like a conventional one-and-done campaign experience.

Marvel's Avengers can be played either solo or cooperatively with up to four players.

Pre-ordering Marvel's Avengers also gets those on every platform access to its beta. At the end of this trailer, Hank Pym is shown with Tony Stark, alluding to Ant-Man's inclusion in the game. Based on what we've seen and heard, it's likely that Marvel's Avengers will be a live service game in the spirit of Destiny and The Division.