While Square Enix had to be very sparing when it came to the release of their Avengers game, the official launch last week has now opened doors for looking into more of the story. Just in, we have a nice insider look at the making of the game and how the developers had to cope with the pandemic.
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How do you reassemble the Avengers? Discover the process Marvel Games, Square Enix, and Crystal Dynamics developed when creating the Mightiest Super Hero experience in "Marvel's Avengers," in this behind-the-scenes look from Intel Gaming.
While the game does get a lot of flak for not being based on the MCU version of the Avengers, you have to commend the studio for going their own route when designing the characters. There's actually a lot of neat detail that went into designing Thor, and I still love how the Hulk looks in-game.
You also have to commend the studio for introducing to us a new hero in the form of Kamala Khan a.k.a. Ms. Marvel. While she is set to get her own Disney+ show next year, TV Kamala now has to live-up to video game Kamala who is just a quirky young heroine.
While it took a lot of people to get onboard for Avengers: A-Day, the game has been receiving a lot of good reviews. Though it may not be based on the MCU, Crystal Dynamics still tried its best to tell one good narrative while at the same time make every hero fun to play.
Marvel's Avegers is now playable for PS4, PC, and Xbox One.