Disney’s D23 Expo covers all bases of its gaming universe. Furthermore, the studio uncovered that virtual reality is coming to the Marvel universe. As it is, Marvel Powers United VR is being made by Oculus and Sanzaru Games.
In addition to this, it will give players a chance to venture into the shoes of characters like The Hulk, Captain Marvel, or Rocket Raccoon. The declaration came amid the “Level Up” gaming panel, which included updates about Star Wars: Battlefront II and Insomniac Games’ forthcoming Spider-Man game.
Maybe of course, the game will be exclusive to the Oculus Rift headset and Touch controllers. One of the huge selling points is that it’s really going to be a co-op experience. Numerous players can collaborate, each taking up the part of a different Marvel character, to play together in joint missions. Disney is anticipating declaring extra characters for the game at San Diego Comic-Con, with Powers United VR itself focused for a release in 2018.
Apart from the charm of Marvel characters themselves, the multiplayer part of the game can help it emerge truly. Similar to Star Trek Bridge Crew, another VR game worked around the possibility of various players teaming up towards a shared objective, sounds like an ideal title for location-based VR establishments.
Regardless of whether in independent VR arcades, or a potential set-up in a movie theater or any other area, multiplayer VR recreations should help energize adoption by boosting players to rope in buddies that generally haven’t attempted it, thereby growing the base of individuals used to paying for and playing VR.