Square Enix Avengers Project Wants “Game of the Year” Quality Experience
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything regarding the long-brewing Marvel and Square Enix Avengers project, with most of the game’s official information largely being two years old at this point. Even with such sparse updates the mysterious superhero title has nonetheless held fans’ interest, developers’ promise of an intriguing original story proving especially enticing in our current golden age of comic book adaptations.
Though the game’s plot is still unknown to most anyone outside Crystal Dynamics and Eidos-Montreal, it appears the the Avengers adventure could be quite the tale by the looks of a new job listing. According to the listing for a new Narrative Director, the studio is looking for someone with experience in delivering “memorable, emotional, and cinematic experiences,” specifically with “ambition to create a Game of the Year title.”
As the Narrative Director position has only recently been extended by the studio, it may suggest development isn’t very far along, even after two years since being originally announced. As encouraging as these Game of the Year aspirations may be, it may leave eager fans without much inkling when the next piece of information might be revealed. However, there could always be a reveal planned for this year’s E3, especially as a particularly big Square Enix title is expected to release by the end of 2019.
The untitled Square Enix Avengers project has no release date as of yet.
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