MCU Heroes in Action: Spider-Man, Hulk, and Magneto Featured in ‘Overwatch’-Inspired Free-to-Play Game

Marvel has announced a new game, “Marvel Rivals,” which is an Overwatch-style shooting game featuring a vast array of heroes and villains. The game will feature two teams of six members each competing for control of the battlefield.

The story of “Marvel Rivals” centers on the confrontation between Doctor Doom and his future counterpart from the year 2099, leading to the collision of multiple universes in the Time Stream Tangle. Superheroes and supervillains from different multiverses must unite to combat these threats.

Developed by NetEase Game, “Marvel Rivals” promises to be free to play with continuous updates bringing new characters, arenas, and content for players to enjoy. The game features 18 initial characters, including popular heroes like Black Panther, Doctor Strange, Iron Man, and Spider-Man as well as villains like Loki and Magneto.

One unique aspect of “Marvel Rivals” is the ability for two heroes to combine their powers to execute more powerful attacks, offering an innovative twist on the gameplay. With a diverse cast of characters and ongoing updates, the game aims to provide an immersive and engaging experience for fans of the Marvel universe.

The game will be available on multiple platforms including PCs, consoles and mobile devices. Fans can expect intense battles between their favorite characters while enjoying stunning graphics and seamless multiplayer experience.

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