Marvel's Avengers Game Reveal Confirmed For E3 2019

Marvel's Avengers Game Reveal Confirmed For E3 2019”

And based on the logo, it's a huge project, with both Eidos Montreal and Tomb Raider developers Crystal Dynamics on board.

After years of waiting, Square Enix has finally confirmed that The Avengers Project will be in E3 this year and it now has a new name. But don't be surprised if we see some Marvel collaborators as well. Square Enix revealed that The Avengers Project will now be known as Marvel's The Avengers, which is pretty straightforward and follows the trend of what Insomniac Games did with Marvel's Spider-Man, which a lot of fans called Spider-Man PS4.

Meanwhile, a post on the Square Enix site urged game lovers to join them on Monday 10 June at 6pm for the Square Enix Live E3 2019, which will showcase "an exciting line up of titles".

The trailer's description gives some more insight on the game, but does not mention a specific release date.

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Marvel's Avengers video game will be detailed at E3 next week.

Marvel's Avengers was described as having "all of the characters, environments, and iconic moments" that fans of the Avengers have come to love and expect over the years. About goddamn time, I'm so excited for this.

If you've forgotten what Marvel has had to say about the game, here's what they said about it two years ago.

There have been no additional details at this point regarding what sort of timeline the game will take place in, which characters will be included, or even if it will feature any sort of connection to "Avengers: Endgame" or the Infinity Saga as a whole.

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