Posted May 12, 2012 by Adam Shurey in News

Marvel And Ubisoft Announce Marvel Avengers: Battle For Earth

Ubisoft have announced that they’ve made a new deal with Marvel Entertainment to develop a game based on their Avengers characters, as well as various other heroes and villains from the Marvel universe. The game is called Marvel Avengers: Battle For Earth, and will be coming to Xbox 360 and Wii U for an Australian release in Spring this year. Marvel Avengers will have a strong focus on motion-controls, with the Xbox version using the Kinect sensor. Geoffroy Sardin, Ubisoft’s EMEA Marketing and Sales Director, said:

“We are excited to team up with Marvel Entertainment to bring some of the most iconic comic book characters from the Marvel line-up to life in motion-gaming. Fans of the Marvel universe and superhero games are going to love the extensive combinations of characters, motion-controlled moves and competitive gameplay.”

Marvel Avengers will feature 20 different characters, including the Avengers (Iron Man, The Hulk, Thor and Captain America), as well as many other fan-favourite heroes and villains. The game’s environments are inspired by artwork from the comics, as well as the Secret Invasion storyline.

So, what do you think of this new Marvel game? Let us know in the comments below.

Adam Shurey

A well-rounded gamer who believes that no matter the platform, there will always be great games to be found. Whether it's for handheld, PC, or console - he'll play it. Well, as long as he's not too busy getting stuck into the latest RPG.



    i liked xmen legends/ultimate alliance type games…i thought they were really well put together, if theyre anything like that im in…
    … but motion controlled moves?!

    i’d love to know what type of game its going to be, im constantly amazed at how games people can tell us all these strange details about story , script, colour of ironman undershorts, but not say what type of game it is.
    i have a bad feeling its guna be another boring streetfighter type deal..


    Was disappointed when I saw it was 360 and Wii-Eww, then I saw that it relies heavily on motion controls. Now think the other consoles can keep it.

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