Marvel’s Avengers Leak Reveals Alternate Hulk Skins (VIDEO)
Hype for Square Enix’s upcoming Marvel’s Avengers game has been quite the rollercoaster ride ever since the game was officially announced at E3 2019, with the game’s excitement levels starting out at a fairly low point due to complaints about the character designs for Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. While fans have begun to accept that at no point will the characters look even remotely like their big screen counterparts, the good news is that the game will have nearly limitless customization options for the heroes, which should make for a good bit of replayability. Now, some of these customization options have been leaked for none other than the big green guy himself, the Hulk.
Some of the folks over on Reddit have begun to drop leaked info from Marvel’s Avengers, with the latest leak providing us with a couple of new alternate skins for Bruce Banner, AKA the Hulk. Said leak was actually from from the San Diego Comic-Con panel that recently took place for the game, with some folks seemingly having taken pictures of the content with their phones. Shown below, the first skin is the classic Joe Fixit Hulk, with the one below it looking like a camo-laden skin that the folks over at Crystal Dynamics appeared to have come up with on their own. Check ’em out below:
Given that San Diego Comic-Con has just begun, we may see some more footage of the game leak from the convention in the coming days. While the above photos aren’t necessarily 100% indicative of the alternate skins we’ll be seeing when the game releases, it should at the very least look similar to what is shown above, albeit in a higher quality.
Marvel’s Avengers releases on May 15, 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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