23 Sep 2019 11:17 AM +00:00 UTC

Marvel's Avengers Disassembles The Team So That Players Can Rebuild Them

Marvel's Avengers has a lot of people excited since this is the first official console game that focuses on the team. The fact that we're only getting a game of this team after all the movie hype is gone is an odd decision, though you could argue that this was done on purpose since people will probably miss these characters. It seems like developer Crystal Dynamics wants you to feel emotions when playing this game since it's core concept is about rebuilding this team.

During an article from PlayStation Blog, Studio Head of Crystal Dynamics Scot Amos discussed the game's story. Running through the events that we've seen in the A-Day gameplay demo, Amos states that players witness The Avengers disassemble and now they have to save the team, along with the world, of course.

"When we started on our first draft of the story, we had a lot of things to consider. We wanted our game to disband the Avengers and have the player bring them back together again so you're not just saving the world, you're saving the Avengers. After A-Day they're bruised and battered, they've lost all hope because they feel they let San Francisco be destroyed and failed their leader, Captain America."

It's a fun premise and an interesting take on the popular Avengers Disassembled storyline that came out more than a decade ago. Sadly, if you're a comic book fan, you know that this group has more breakups than a popular celebrity but being able to play through this milestone should be fun. The gameplay itself looks really action-packed and we can't wait to see how Crystal Dynamics binds their story with what players control.

Marvel's Avengers is coming out on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia on May 15, 2020.

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