Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Characters Revealed By Merch Designs
It has been quite an eventful few months for Marvel fans, both in films and video games. The Marvel Cinematic Universe released both Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame, marking the end of an era in their series. As for video games, many were excited to hear that Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 would be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Since the announcement, details about the game have been gradually released, including the release date and some of the playable characters on the game’s roster. Now, more heroes have been revealed, but in an unexpected way.
Team Ninja recently released on Amazon some new t-shirts featuring Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 designs. The shirts and other merchandise show various iconic Marvel characters, such as Iron-Man, the Hulk, and Captain America. These characters were already confirmed for the game, but some that are features in these designs had their inclusion in the game confirmed by the shirts themselves.
In the designs, Ant-Man, Elektra and Vision can all be seen, despite Ant-Man and Elektra not having been seen in footage for the game as of these posts. Vision had been confirmed, but was seen only in small appearances that were difficult to see. These shirt designs provide the best look of these three heroes as they appear in the game. Unfortunately, it appears that the design revealing Elektra has since been removed from Amazon as well as the tweet from Marvel Games.
This may be an unorthodox way to reveal these characters, and Marvel may not have intended for them to be shown this way, but for fans of Ant-Man, Elektra and Vision, this is hardly an unwelcome announcement. Now, if they can just confirm Howard the Duck, everything would be perfect.
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