E3 2019: Avengers Release Date Revealed Alongside Ant-Man Teaser

E3 2019: Avengers Release Date Revealed Alongside Ant-Man Teaser

All alongside our first look at the game.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Jun 10, 2019 @ 08:34 PM (Staff Bios)
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Everyone's been excited for Square Enix's take on the classic Marvel superhero team, Avengers. Now, at E3 2019, we not only get a first look at the game, but the inclusion of Ant-Man, and even a release date!



The trailer, revealed at the Square Enix press event, paints a clear picture of the struggle present in Marvel's Avengers. After the struggles of a fierce battle with evil, Captain America falls. Now the team has to not only face with the loss of a leader, but with the rejection of society. People no longer trust or want the Avengers. But that doesn't stop the bad guys from showing up and trying to take advantage of a weak city.

After revealing the first look trailer, they announced that the main cast will have some powerful voice actors behind it, including Troy Baker, Laura Bailey, and Nolan North.

They ended the entire event with one last preview. In it, we see who else by Hank Pym, AKA Ant-Man, as he shrinks down a building-sized mech into something smaller than some dogs. The preview ends with an official release date.

Marvel's Avengers will release on May 15, 2020.

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