Marvel’s Avengers Is Getting A Gameplay Presentation In June

Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix are hosting a live stream on June 24th for Marvel's Avengers. This event will focus on gameplay and co-op. Despite concerns that Marvel's Avengers would be delayed again, it seems that Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics are moving forward with the game's September 2020 release date.

Marvel's Avengers Is Getting A Gameplay Presentation In June

Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix are hosting a War Table live stream on June 24th to showcase Marvel’s Avengers gameplay and co-op.

The official Twitter account behind Marvel’s Avengers announced the digital event. It was also said that the development team has “reassembled at home,” and they are continuing to work on the game.

Around this time last year, Marvel’s Avengers was revealed to the world at E3 2019. This was a highly-anticipated game for Square Enix, and the imminent reveal was a big talking point for E3 that year. However, the reveal wasn’t received very well due to the strange character designs of The Avengers themselves and a lack of gameplay. It seems that the hype around the title has died down quite a bit since that E3 announcement. Hopefully, this June digital event will be able to recapture a lot of its previous momentum by showing players legit gameplay and how exactly the co-op will work.

This announcement also briefly buries the concerns that Marvel’s Avengers would be the next big title to be delayed due to COVID-19. Of course, the game was already delayed once back in January, along with the Final Fantasy VII Remake. As of right now, Marvel’s Avengers is still slated to release on September 4th, 2020.

Are you excited to see more Marvel’s Avengers gameplay? Do you think the game has lost some of its hype? Let us know in the comments below!

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