Marvel’s Avengers developer Crystal Dynamics has revealed the next character profile for its highly anticipated superhero romp, this time focussing on the Incredible Hulk. Comic book fans will also be pleased to learn that Grey Hulk, the morally ambiguous Las Vegas enforcer that appeared in the 1980s, will also be appearing in the game.
Hulk Detailed In Marvel’s Avengers Profile Video
Check out the Hulk’s profile below, and if you missed Captain America’s one, check it out here.
Marvel’s Avengers is slated for release on May 15, 2010 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. You can check out 18 minutes worth of gameplay footage here.
The superhero title is totally separate from the hugely successful Marvel Cinematic Universe, so don’t expect Iron Man to look like Robert Downey Jr. or Thor to possess Chris Hemsworth’s pretty-boy good looks.
The story kicks off during A-Day, where the team are unveiling some new tech in San Francisco. Unfortunately, the day ends with most of the city in ruins and Cap presumed dead. However, when a new threat rises five years later, the group reforms and springs back into action.
Marvel’s Avengers’s campaign is only single-player, but Crystal Dynamics is including co-op play for side missions. However, the studio has emphasised that online play won’t be forced on you, so you can experience the game by yourself if you’re more of a Lone Ranger.
While players will be able to explore a variety of diverse locations across the globe, Marvel’s Avengers is not an open-world title. Microtransactions are part of the package too, but they won’t be the pay-to-win variety, and there’s a beta in the pipeline too.
Finally, Crystal Dynamics has revealed that there will be plenty of challenges for players to tackle once they finish the main campaign.
Check out our Marvel’s Avengers FAQ for more details on the game.