Marvel does not intend to create a universe of video games


Unlike the movies and comics, Marvel Games doesn’t plan to create a multiverse among its various titles.

In an interview with, Marvel Games Vice President and Creative Director Bill Rosemann explained whether titles like the one recently announced by Motive Studio Iron Man could evolve into a full-fledged multiverse, similar to the ones seen in the comics and movies. Rosemann has denied such plans. He noted that while it’s a concept that many audiences like and respond well to, he felt it would detract from the company’s overall goals.

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“The world is, surprisingly, very familiar and accepting of the multiverse,” Rosemann explained. “We have all these different realities. Now they’re all real, and we want to give everyone the freedom to tell their story. We don’t want to say, ‘You can’t blow up the moon, because this game is over. here by another studio needs the moon.’ We want to give everyone the freedom and the free way to tell their story.”

A lot of that comes from the sheer number of studios involved in Marvel-based games. PlayStation, Take-Two, Niantic and Skydance New Media all currently have a Marvel project in the works, with developers like Embracer Group supporting current games such as Marvel’s Avengers and guardians of the galaxy. Others, like the resounding success of PlayStation Marvel’s Spidermancontinue to expand with a recently released PC remaster and a highly anticipated sequel slated for 2023. Marvel Games’ new multi-title partnership with EA adds several new games to the mix, further complicating the ability to bridge the various universes.

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Marvel’s Expanding Game Universes

Several studios currently have a Marvel game in the works, with some rumored and more confirmed but years away. take two Marvel’s Midnight Suns suffered numerous development delays, seeing its release date pushed back twice in the last year before settling on December 2, 2022. Skydance New Media’s game, one of the most anticipated and most mystery of the roster, centers on Captain America and Black Panther during World War II, with Howling Commando Gabriel Jones and Dora Milaje Nanali also featured as playable characters.

PlayStation and Insomniac mentioned above Marvel’s Spiderman the sequel will launch in 2023, and so far the developer has revealed little about the game. Peter Parker and Miles Morales are returning, and its trailer revealed the presence of fan-favorite Venom. Others think the unseen character doing the voiceover could be Kraven the Hunter. Insomniac is also planning to release Wolverine game, though details about that also remain largely unknown.



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