Marvel’s Avengers “One Of The Most Stunning” Games Nolan North Has Seen
Despite a significant amount of criticism leveled against the game when it was first revealed back at E3 2019, Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics is still plugging along with the development of the upcoming Marvel’s Avengers game. The hate certainly isn’t felt universally, though, as many – including Uncharted actor Nolan North – have been quite happy with how the game has turned out thus far.
In a recent interview with Gamebyte, the Iron Man voice actor himself opened up about how impressive Marvel’s Avengers is shaping up to be, which is no small compliment when you think of the amazing games he has been a part of throughout his career. He specifically calls out the transition between the in-game cinematics to actual gameplay, speaking of how seamless the whole think appears. “It absolutely is one of the most stunning things,” he said. “You can’t tell where in-game cinematics and gameplay [separate]…it’s so seamless…”
You always worry that [a game] looks so good, and then you get the game and you’re like, ‘oh gameplay doesn’t look as good.’ [Avengers] really, visually, it’s one of the most stunning things I’ve ever seen. And obviously with The Last of Us, Uncharted, they’re amazing, but [Avengers] blew me away.”
Nolan North’s excitement for Marvel’s Avengers certainly won’t take away any reasoning fans may have for how they felt when they first saw the game’s big reveal, though perhaps it’ll give them cause to give it another look? Here’s hoping the title will shatter expectations when it releases next year.
Marvel’s Avengers releases on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Google Stadia on May 15, 2020.
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