Captain America and Black Panther Battle Hydra in Uncharted Director’s WW2-Era Game


Acclaimed Director and Skydance New Media President Amy Hennig has joined D23 to reveal her secret Marvel project that takes players into World War II with Captain America and Black Panther.

According to the cinematic trailer, players will be able to take on the role of Cap, Black Panther, Dora Milaje, or a soldier as they battle the forces of hydra. The trailer implies that much of the action takes place in Paris. The trailer gave no release window.

RELATED: REPORT: Black Panther Open-World, Solo Game In Development

Legendary Uncharted Director’s Marvel Vision

Marvel first announced its partnership with Hennig’s Skydance New Media in October 2021, although neither company gave any final details on the project at the time. This is the developer’s first game since its inception in 2019. Notably, its second game will also be a famous Disney property, as earlier in 2022 it announced its work on a cutscene. star wars title in collaboration with LucasFilm Games. Hennig, who created the famous Unexplored series, expressed excitement about working on a Marvel title for the developer’s first game at the time of the initial announcement.

“I can’t imagine a better partner than Marvel for our first game,” Hennig said. “The Marvel Universe embodies all the action, mystery and thrill of the pulp adventure genre that I love and lends itself perfectly to an interactive experience. It’s an honor to be able to tell an original story with all of humanity. , complexity and humor that makes Marvel characters so enduring and allows our players to embody the heroes they love.”

RELATED: REPORT: Iron Man First-Person AAA Game Development Details Surface

Rumors quickly surfaced in the months following the announcement as fans speculated on which character or team might feature in the AAA game. An episode of the fatman beyond The podcast spawned a lot of discussion after co-host Marc Bernardin confirmed to Kevin Smith that he was working on Hennig’s then-untitled Marvel project. Fans have been browsing the comments section, trying to guess what or who Skydance’s game is centered around, with Smith noting that some guessed correctly. Industry insider Ben Hanson indicated that the most viable options in the comment thread were Ant-Man or the Fantastic Four. However, a recent leak suggested that the game might actually be about Captain America and Black Panther during World War II.

D23’s announcement of a presentation on Skydance’s Marvel game has sparked further speculation. Eagle-eyed fans noted that the blog post revealing the Disney and Marvel games showcase called Skydance’s title an “overall” game. This quickly spawned a fervent fan theory that the game would center on Marvel’s first family, the Fantastic Four, given that latest tidbit and Hanson’s earlier comments about the fatman beyond interview.

Source: D23 via YouTube


Comments are closed.