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Rumor: ‘The Avengers Project’ Set to be a ‘Marvel: Ultimate Alliance’ Reboot

Normally, we try to stay away from rumors stemming from 4chan. But, with IGN Germany picking this rumor up as well, we felt like it has earned some credence. If this Marvel rumors turns out to be true, video game fans everywhere will witness anticipation levels rise to new heights.

New rumors pertaining to Marvel and Square Enix’s The Avengers Project suggests that the game is a reboot of Marvel’s Ultimate Alliance games.

Marvel and Square Enix announced the project back in 2017, but other than some slim details and a trailer shown below have been revealed, there’s not much known about the game. According to the latest rumor though, the “full reboot” of the series is one that’s comparable to the scale of God of War’s latest game that sharply pivoted from the hack n’ slash gameplay of the previous games.

“Cutting to the short of it: ‘The Avengers Project’ is Avengers: Ultimate Alliance. But it’s not just Ultimate Alliance 3, it’s a full reboot with the name on it (think something like the new God of War, minus the story continuity: similar name, totally new gameplay/story structure). That’s the reason why the tagline of the first teaser was ‘Reassemble’, to hint at it being a reboot. This is also why the previous Ultimate Alliance games got uprezed recently for current-gen.”

The user went on to say that the game’s story which reportedly includes an event that separates the superhero team even more so than they were in Captain America: Civil War.

“The game takes place from the perspective of multiple Avengers after a cataclysmic incident broke the team apart (think more Dissassembled than Civil War), but there are 3 which are the core focus: Captain America, Iron Man, and Scarlet Witch (who you heard in the trailer). They aren’t the ONLY playable characters, but they are the leads of the story. Gameplay wise think a mix between Uncharted and Infamous.”

Additionally, the post also mentioned that the game will have “connections” with the PlayStation 4’s exclusive Spider-Man game as both will exist in the same world. The post also references a Guardians of the Galaxy game that Eidos Montreal is reportedly working on.

There’s no confirmation that these details are correct though since neither Marvel nor Square Enix have announced such plans to reboot the Ultimate Alliance series, so take everything here with a massive grain of salt. What we do know is that Eidos Montreal and Crystal Dynamics are crafting a game with said game being confirmed to be the first in a “new multi-year, multi-game licensing agreement to develop and publish original games based on beloved Marvel Super Heroes,” according to Crystal Dynamics’ product page for the project.

A release date for The Avengers Project has not been announced.

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