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Marvel’s Avengers Release Date & First Trailer Revealed, Beta First on PS4

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The promised thing is debt and Square Enix knows it, this is why in its E3 2019 conference the company was true to its word and showed us the first trailer of Marvel’s Avengers. In case you do not know, it is a game developed by Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal that is based on the popular Marvel franchise.

The game was revealed in a story video in which we can see the Avengers fighting a lot of threats that put humanity at risk. In the fight, we see some of our favorite heroes like Thor, Hulk, Iron Man, Black Widow, and Captain America.

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Without more we leave you with the trailer below:

After showing us the preview, Crystal Dynamics and Marvel Games showed us the first details of Marvel’s Avengers. There we learned that it will be a game that will have single-player options and cooperatives. The intention of Square Enix is ​​to bring a project that allows players to put on the role of a hero and enjoy an original story that has all the Marvel seal.

It is important to mention that the version of the characters of Marvel’s Avengers will not be the same as we saw in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is because it is a reinterpretation made by Crystal Dynamics. In other words, it is part of its own universe.

Another crucial element of the game is that it will be a project that will be managed as a service. First, because you will have the opportunity to meet with your friends so that each one takes the role of a hero and go out to save the world. On the other hand, you will receive more missions, maps and heroes through post-launch updates. It is worth mentioning that all this content will be free and that the game will not have microtransactions.

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Finally, it was revealed that Marvel’s Avengers will release on May 15 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Google STADIA. It is worth mentioning that players on PlayStation 4 will have access to exclusive content, such as the Marvel’s Avengers Beta.

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