Published: Thu, June 13, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Square Enix Assembles AVENGERS Cast Of Non-Actionable Likenesses

Square Enix Assembles AVENGERS Cast Of Non-Actionable Likenesses

There wasn't any gameplay revealed but we got to learn a few details about the game.

Rather than rendering the characters to look like their big screen counterparts, developers Crystal Dynamics - who recently rebooted the Tomb Raider games - have designed them to look totally different, nearly distractingly so, and fans have shared their confusion online.

After watching the non-Avengers in a new clip for the game - which is set for a 2020 release - fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts, and they were decidedly unimpressed.

While Tomb Raider developer Crystal Dynamics is the primary studio, three others including Eidos-Montreal, Crystal Northwest and Nixxes Software will collaborate on the game.

Marvel's Avengers features a cinematic story, complete with the high-octane action that Crystal Dynamics is known for.

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The game begins on Avengers Day, day where the Avengers are celebrated. Five years after A-Day, the Avengers have disbanded.

The trailer shows Iron Man, Captain America, The Hulk, Thor, and Black Widow as they battle on the Golden Gate Bridge over new technology now protected by the Avengers. The story follows Earth's mightiest heroes in an all-new story where the Avengers have been disassembled. and need to reassemble to, you guessed it, save the world from a big bad.

It also supports up to 4-player online cooperative play. Troy Baker plays Bruce Banner, Jeff Shine is Captain America, Travis Willingham gets to play Thor, Laura Bailey is Black Widow and Nolan North is Iron Man. Every new hero added will be free, and there will be no loot boxes. The PlayStation version, however, will include early beta access and unique benefits that will be revealed at a future date.

The first tease of this came in the form of Hank Pym, the original Ant-Man, who was shown in a cutscene shrinking a spider-tank.

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