Marvel and Skydance Media Debut Untitled Captain America/Black Panther Video Game
It has been one of the hottest rumors in the gaming world with very little known, until now, as Marvel and Skydance media has debuted a brand new untitled Captain America/Black Panther video game.
The willingness for Marvel to embrace the video game market has been a clear focus for the company, as the past five years have given us some of the best Marvel games ever.
Whether it be the brilliance of Marvel’s Spider-Man by Insomniac Games; or an open-world adventure that completely transformed the perception of what a Marvel game could be.
Or the massive mission-based adventure that is Marvel’s Avengers, allowing users the chance to play as some of the most iconic Marvel heroes to ever grace a page or screen.
The massive D23 Expo taking place this weekend gave the Marvel video game market yet another opportunity to display what’s to come from the iconic publisher.
Updates around incoming apps, and the highly anticipated roleplaying game, Marvel’s Midnight Suns, may have dominated the rumor mill, but a reveal made during Friday’s festivities has all of our attention now.
With the collaboration between Marvel and Skydance Media at the point of a lot of speculation going into the event, we now know the project the two have been developing, as they have debuted a brand new untitled Captain America/Black Panther video game.
There is little known about what the game will offer users to this point- there isn’t even a title to the game to this point- but we do know that it will be a story-based video game centered around the two iconic Marvel heroes.
Four Heroes. Two Worlds. One War. In collaboration with @MarvelGames, @Skydance New Media is proud to share a first look at the ensemble cast in this original story set in our unique #Marvel Universe. pic.twitter.com/ElJxqtUflY
— Skydance (@Skydance) September 9, 2022
The trailer that was shown to vieres of the Disney and Marvel video game showcase also hinted that the project will be set in World War II, and feature two other characters outside of Captain America and Black Panther.