Marvel’s current video game strategy is to license its licenses to various partner studios. Which could have led to big hits like Marvel’s Spider-Man as well as less popular titles like Marvel’s Avengers. While Marvel Games has just released Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy in collaboration with Square Enix, the Disney subsidiary is already looking to the future. And in this future, a new title under the direction of the creator is one of the largest PlayStation licenses.
Skydance New Media, Amy Hennig’s studio, just announced
No details have been released at this time about the Marvel Universe affected by this new AAA game. Skydance New Media only hinted that it would offer a story and an interpretation.brand new“from the Marvel Universe.
In order to carry out this project, the American studio, a development team with “Decades of experience in AAA action and adventure games“And that’s not all. Skydance New Media has also brought in a diverse team of consultants. They come from the world of film, television and comics.
Amy Hennig and Marvel read between the lines
Amy Hennig is of course happy about this partnership. The statement from the co-director of the first three Unexplored Regarding the announcement of the first game from his studio, suggests that this new title will play well-known Marvel heroes:
It’s an honor to be able to tell an untold story with all the humanity, complexity, and humor that make Marvel characters so enduring. It is also an honor to allow players to be the heroes they love.
The stated goal of Skydance New Media is to provide experiences with high-quality graphics and “richly interactive
No indication of the date of the proper presentation of this mysterious title was given. Marvel Games only promises to release more information about the game “in due course”.
What do you think of this announcement? Does she delight you? Do you think Amy Hennig and Co. are capable of delivering a great Marvel AAA game? Which characters should Skydance New Media see? Let us know what you think in the comments below.