It was revealed last month that Electronic Arts may be working on a fresh single-player Iron Man game. It was incorrect, despite a rumour that it will be made public during yesterday’s Disney & Marvel Games Showcase.
However, GiantBomb’s Jeff Grubb recently stated that it will not be long before it is made public. He believes that the reported Black Panther game won’t even be launched until after the Iron Man game.
The latter is reportedly being worked on at EA’s Redmond studio, which Kevin Stephens, a former studio head at Monolith Productions, created. Grubb revealed that EA Motive will handle the Iron Man game once they’ve finished working on the Dead Space remake, which is scheduled to release on January 27th for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series S|X.
Jade Raymond, a former executive at Ubisoft, launched EA Motive roughly seven years ago. In order to assist DICE develop Star Wars Battlefront II, their first responsibility was to take the lead in creating the single player campaign. After joining forces with BioWare Montréal (after this studio’s underwhelming Mass Effect Andromeda release), Motive went on to create the 2020 space warfare game Star Wars Squadrons.
Many players believe that Anthem’s flying features, which have always seemed like a perfect fit for a game centred around the Marvel superhero, should be made available to fans by Electronic Arts.
The only genuine method to fly as Iron Man in a video game up until the debut of this new title is to play either Camouflaj’s PlayStation VR title or Crystal Dynamics’ Marvel’s Avengers. The tactical roleplaying game Marvel’s Midnight Suns, which is now scheduled to release on December 2nd, will also feature Iron Man, although you won’t be able to fly around freely.
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