Announced via a teaser trailer in January 2017, Square Enix’s upcoming Marvel’s Avengers is finally set to be revealed during the Square Enix press conference at E3 2019.

Check out the teaser here, if you haven’t already:

What to expect.

Though the teaser trailer offers little information about the game, details on the new Square Enix game have been leaked on the E3 Coliseum website. While the leaks have since been removed, it wasn’t before they were spotted, and circulated, online.

A screenshot of the leaked information.

In case it can’t be read clearly, here’s what the description says: “Embrace your powers and join key members of the development team at Crystal Dynamics and the creative team at Marvel Games as they talk exclusively about the upcoming Marvel’s Avengers (game). This is the defining Avengers gaming experience: an epic action-adventure that combines cinematic storytelling with continuous single-player and co-operative gameplay. Moderated by Andrea Rene, assemble in teams up to four players, master extraordinary abilities, customize your heroes to fit your playstyle and combine powers to defend an ever-expanding world under constant threat.”

Must be a big threat if they’re in this state. / Photo Credits: Marvel, Square Enix

If anything, it seems like we’re in for a great game with a compelling storyline, stunning visuals and even the option for co-op play! The only question is – how many heroes is Square Enix going to include? Will it just be the original line-up of Avengers, as the teaser trailer implies? Or will the game be following the likes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe – introducing its players to a full cast of heroes as the story progresses?

Whichever direction the game takes, we’re sure Square Enix will deliver. The press conference is scheduled to air on June 10, at 6p.m PT / 9 p.m ET (which makes it 9 a.m on June 11 in SGT). Tune in if you’re interested in learning more about the game!

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