New Details Emerge About Untitled Marvel and Skydance Video Game
It was one of the coolest announcements of the video game showcase that took place at D23, as new details have emerged about the Marvel and Skydance video game.
There was a lot of anticipation surrounding what Marvel would announce when it came to the Disney & Marvel video game showcase set to transpire this weekend.
With Marvel embracing the medium of video games in recent years, there was a lot of excitement from fans that we could get updates on some of the biggest Marvel gaming rumors being spread for much of the summer.
With titles like the highly-anticipated Marvel’s Midnight Suns revealing some news and updates prior to its arrival, and mobile games like Marvel Snap and Strike Force receiving updates, there was no shortage of important news.
One reveal, however, trumped them all, as it was announced that a brand new Black Panther and Captain America video game would be in development.
Although there was very little shown in the teaser trailer that was revealed to fans, new details have emerged about the very exciting Marvel and Skydance Video game.
— Shinobi602 (@shinobi602) September 9, 2022
With a lot of fans previously only knowing that the game will be set in World War II, featuring four characters- including Captain America and Black Panther- and be developed by former Uncharted developer Amy Hennig, we now have some news regarding its actual content.
In a Twitter post from Geoff Keighley, the game was described as, “A narrative-driven, ensemble adventure game set in the Marvel Universe,” and that it, “features an original story that will take players on a WWII-era adventure with four playable heroes at different points int eh story…”
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) September 9, 2022
The post revealed those playable characters to be, “a young Steve Rogers, aka Captain America: Assuri, T’Challa’s grandfather and WWII-era Black PAnthe; Gabriel Jones, a U.S. soldier and member of the Howling Commandoes; and Nanali, leader of the fledgling Wakandan spy network.”
These developments certainly point to a video game that has the potential to be one of Marvel’s best narrative-based video game experiences, and we cannot wait.
Uncharted creator Amy Hennig's company Skydance New Media officially unveiled their Marvel game at the D23 Expo: an untitled Captain America and Black Panther team up game set during WWII. pic.twitter.com/GQMZkZO5Va
— IGN (@IGN) September 9, 2022