Characters From Avengers Could Appear In New Marvel Game

By Allan , Updated Feb 01, 2017 05:12 AM EST
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A possible Avengers project is rumored to be created by game developer Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal. Although Square Enix and Marvel has not confirmed anything, last week’s teaser hints a new project could be in the works and fans just can’t wait to get more details. Fans are so excited that many are already speculating which Marvel superhero will be included in the game.

According to a report from Gamerant, the new project for Marvel’s Avengers was themed #Reassemble and rumored to be focusing on gamers taking the role of lesser known heroes. Instead of controlling Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk and other popular heroes, gamers could be playing superheroes like Hawkeye, Nova, Ms. Marvel, Miss America, Nick Fury and even Maria Hill.

Ms. Marvel is considered to be one of the characters available because of her ability to shapeshift. Nova, known as an intergalactic peacekeeper of the galaxy just like Green Lantern will be part of the game, including Hawkeye who is already a fan favorite. Then there’s also Miss America aka America Chavez who has an amazing set of powers which could make her one of the most powerful heroes in the game, and even Maria Hill and Nick Fury who are leaders of S.H.I.E.L.D., so playing them on the game should be very interesting for the players.

There are also players who believe that although Thor is one of the most popular characters from Marvel, there is still a big chance he will still make it in the game. As for Spider-Man, he is probably the least likely character to be in the game because a PS4 game is already in the works for him.

Business Insider reported there are no details or announced released date for the upcoming Avengers Project so anything can still happen. Fans should look out for their next announcement to get more details.

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