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With the first game set to be based on The Avengers coming from Tomb Raider developers Crystal Dynamics in collaboration with the house of Deus Ex, Eidos Montreal. That's certainly a pretty powerful combination, which is fitting for an Avengers game. The announcement is pretty huge, and Square Enix and Marvel have stated that more details on The Avengers and other Marvel projects will come in 2018.

But, we do have a teaser trailer.

The 2018 window for "more information" means that The Avengers is probably still in the early stages of development. But, the announcement seems to be a very clear, and interesting, planting of the flag moment for both Square Enix as a publisher and Marvel games as a whole. For a while now the connected Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a thing with regular annual releases, so in the coming years we could the same thing happen for games. The Marvel Interactive Universe?

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