In the wake of a handful of video game and movie reveals at Disney's D23 Expo, Marvel Entertainment, Oculus Studios, and Sanzaru Games have announced Marvel Powers United VR, a brand new VR game which is in development exclusively for the Oculus Rift.
Players will get to step into the shoes of heroes including the Hulk, Captain Marvel, and Rocket Raccoon, and make use of their unique powers. No word was given on if the game would be compatible with all of Oculus current and future hardware plans.
In the trailer she also seems to be the least interesting character they showcase.More news: Almost 3500 Colorado voters cancel registration over Trump voter fraud probe
The game will feature a full roster of characters from the Marvel universe.
The most interesting character of the group is most certainly the Hulk.
Announced by Marvel Games, Bill Rosemann, on the D23 stage the Marvel universe is coming to virtual reality. The Oculus blog hints that this game will feature additions of superheroes to come, so if you don't see your favorite superhero, chances are MARVEL is aware and already working to bring them into the game.More news: Gold Cup: US 3, Nicaragua 0
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Plus, since Marvel Powers United doesn't launch until 2018, and the press release promises "more than a dozen playable characters", I'm cautiously hopeful that the final lineup will be more inclusive.
Powers United VR, an Oculus-exclusive, looks pretty similar to existing VR wave shooters like Robo Recall, though its multiplayer could spice things up a bit.More news: Olympic gold medalist fails drug test due to kissing girlfriend
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