A new video has been teased by Square Enix showcasing upcoming Marvel’s Avengers game Incredible Hulk character profile as part of a wave of short videos.
In a recent video for the upcoming action game based on Marvel’s team of superheroes, some new information and details, albeit very small, have been showcased for the Incredible Hulk.
The video seems to suggest that there will be an in-game character showcase similar to Batman: Arkham Knight, that will allow players to view character models and biographies.
The video also demonstrates smashing Hulk gameplay including launching enemies into the air, smashing and stomping.
While the gameplay only shows the typical torn pants style Hulk, the character bio does allude to some alternate costumes which have already been confirmed by the game’s developers.
Originally teased in January 2017, Marvel’s Avengers has been slowly and surely becoming more and more prominent as the game’s developers and publisher, Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix released bits of information.
The game will feature a solid single-player story as well as multiple online modes that require cooperative play.
Characters can pick up loot boxes throughout the game that will contribute to their skill tree, contain items and weapons or costumes.
Various items and costumes can also be obtained through achievements and story progress throughout the game.
As well as the Avengers team, it has been confirmed that the game will also feature several heroes and villains from numerous Marvel comic books.
Not a lot is currently known about the game however Marvel’s Avengers is shedule for release on May 15th, 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC and Google Stadia.
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