Marvel To Show New Avengers Video Game Content At San Diego Comic-Con
When Marvel's Avengers was shown at E3 last month, fans were kind of expecting a little more than what was shown at Square Enix's E3 conference. While the publisher went into things like how the voice actors feel about the characters, very little was shown about the actual gameplay, and had to mostly be gleamed from behind-closed-doors demos and glowing interviews. Now it seems like we'll get our next bit of info from San Diego Comic-Con in July.
Marvel has a game panel on July 18, hosted by professional loudmouth Greg Miller, though I feel like I'm stretching the definition of professional even if loudmouth was their description. The panel summary says that it will show new content for Avengers, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, Iron Man VR, and promises surprises as well. Miller will be joined by special guests, which presumably means some developers from those games, and Bill Rosemann, who is vice president and creative director at Marvel Games.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 releases the next day on Switch, so we'll likely get the very last character reveals or the DLC characters, which got an announcement of X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Marvel Knights at E3. Iron Man VR is scheduled for PlayStation VR later this year. Marvel's Avengers will land on May 15 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC.