This game allows players become their favorite Marvel heroes in virtual reality

This game allows players become their favorite Marvel heroes in virtual reality

This game allows players become their favorite Marvel heroes in virtual reality

D23 is where Disney wanted to showcase their commitment to continuing to bring a variety of games into various technological spaces. Created to be played in co-op, the game allows multiple players to team up and work together to defeat enemies and complete missions. Disney is planning on announcing additional characters for the game starting next week at San Diego Comic-Con, with Powers United VR itself targeted for a 2018 release. Announced characters so far include The Hulk, Captain Marvel, and Rocket Raccoon of Guardians of the Galaxy fame.

The announcement trailer is available to view below. Transform into your favorite Marvel Super Hero and wield their fantastic powers and weaponry in your hands. But there will be a dozen of playable Marvel characters.

The game will offer a co-op experience, enabling you to team up with your friends, assume the role of a Marvel hero and engage in immersive, explosive co-op fights from across the Marvel Universe. If you've always wanted to climb into virtual reality and smash down a pair of Oculus Touch controllers like The Hulk's fists, next year you'll get the chance.

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There's a fourth character on the roster that doesn't get any air time in the trailer, a certain Ronan the Accuser. Rocket Raccoon and Captain Marvel are also in the video.

Facebook, however, has been rather secretive regarding the sales for the Oculus Rift, and with exclusivity deals like the one for Marvel Powers United, it's not hard to see why some gamers would want to avoid supporting the Rift.

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