Disney’s Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 is coming exclusively to the Nintendo Switch in 2019. The gameplay trailer was dropped during this year’s The Game Awards early in the show, which aired early on in the show.
Marvel Entertainment is working on the game and it features all of the top Marvel heroes and villains from the comic books and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
There’s a brand new storyline this time around featuring the X-Men, Avengers, and others joining up together to fight against The Black Order and Thanos.
You can check out the first gameplay trailer below.
The story centers around the Black Order using the Infinity Stones to unleash chaos around the universe. It’s up to players to assemble a team and attempt to thwart the enemies raining down carnage on a place you call home.
The game captures a lot of the same mechanics from the first two games, including the ability to play four-player co-op with friends in local and online multiplayer.
You’ll be able to select from a bunch of different heroes and anti-heroes and they’ve implemented two different kinds of views, including an isometric view like the traditional Marvel Ultimate Alliance games, along with an over-the-shoulder view, where you can view the action up close and personal .
The comment section on the trailer is filled with salty PS4 owners (because no one has an Xbox so it doesn’t matter), but I’m not sure why they’re so salty because if the game were on the PS4 it would just be a bunch of strobe lights blinding you from seeing the female heroes and villains anyway. Before PS4 gamers get salty about a Nintendo Switch exclusive they need to get their house clean first and get rid of that anti-consumer, racist, piece of crap censorship policy first.
Real gamers can look for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 to drop for the Nintendo Switch as an exclusive title in 2019, since the Switch is where real gaming is and the only console not afraid to embrace 4D jiggle physics unlike the louses over at Sony. You can chew on that and take it to the bank because we aren’t cashing your checks of tears here.
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