The long-rumoured and longer-awaited Avengers game has finally been revealed: Avengers: A-Day is Square Enix's in-dev project, and we've already got a whole bunch of information about it ready for your consideration.
A-Day is going to launch on a variety of platforms next year, and will feature the standard penta-heroic team of characters available at the very start, though Square Enix promises that more heroes will come post-launch as free DLC.
Avengers A-Day Characters
The fan-favorites are all coming immediately on launch! This includes Captain America, Thor, the Hulk, Black Widow, and Iron Man, and players will be able to join forces in teams of up to four in order to try and tackle the various missions, objectives, and challenges that the game will throw at them.
As we've mentioned above, more heroes are to follow as post-launch DLC/updates, so the developers have no intention at limiting the game to a small roster of characters.
Avengers A-Day Developers
Interestingly, A-Day is under development not only by Tomb Raider's revered Crystal Dynamics, but they've also got the helping hand from three other Square Enix dev-teams: Eidos-Montreal, Crystal Northwest, and Nixxes Software. This tag-team collaboration is bound to work in the game's favour, and we are excited to see what they come up with.
Avengers A-Day Voice Actors
Though we've not yet had the chance to reference a full list of VA talent working on A-Day, we do know that Nolan North is going to voice the game's rendition of Tony Stark, while Troy Baker will take on the role of Bruce Banner. With this sort of star power already under its belt, sky's the limit for this game.
Avengers A-Day Release Date
What we're all wondering about! Thankfully, there is already an official release date in place, so no need for much head-busting over this one. Avengers: A-Day is coming out on the 15th of May, 2020!
Avengers A-Day Availability
Alongside the expected PC, Xbox One, and PS4 platform releases, A-Day will also be making rounds on Google Stadia, as it turns out. This means you're going to have a particularly wide selection of platforms to play the first contemporary AAA-tier Avengers video game, which is precisely what the fans and potential players want.