Marvel Teams Up With Square Enix!

Marvel Teams Up With Square Enix!


Marvel has partnered with Square Enix for a huge multi-game, multi-year partnership!

Marvel announced today that they are partnering with video game publishers Square Enix. This pairing of two of the greatest entertainment minds in the industry will allow for the creation of years worth of interactive entertainment.

The first project to be announced was The Avengers Project. Apart from that sounding like a working title, very little else was revealed.

The game will feature an all-new original story set within the Marvel universe and will be created by Crystal Dynamics who worked on the excellent reboot of the Tomb Raider franchise recently. They will be working alongside Deus Ex developers Eidos-Montréal.

Unfortunately, that’s all we know for certain. A short teaser was also released and you can watch that below.

There will be more information released in regards to The Avengers Project and future games in 2018! Yeah I know, it’s only just January 2017 now! What a tease!



Marvel Entertainment and Square Enix announced today a multi-year, multi-game partnership, leading with the reveal of The Avengers project. This newly established partnership pairs the creative minds at Marvel and Square Enix for one of the most powerful alliances in interactive entertainment.
A game based on beloved Marvel heroes, The Avengers project is being crafted by Crystal Dynamics – longtime developers of the award winning Tomb Raider series – in collaboration with lauded Deus Ex developer Eidos-Montréal.
The Avengers project is being designed for gamers worldwide and will be packed with all the characters, environments, and iconic moments that have thrilled longtime fans of the franchise. Featuring a completely original story, it will introduce a universe gamers can play in for years to come. More details on The Avengers project and other games will be announced in 2018



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