Damage Control trailer brings a new VR story to the Marvel Universe

Get Your First Look at 'Avengers: Damage Control'

Get Your First Look at 'Avengers: Damage Control'

Touch speak once more of the virtual reality experience "Avengers: Damage Control", which we talked about recently. It's a post-Avengers: Endgame world, where most of the established heroes are gone. And now, a new trailer arrives which shows that Shuri has appointed four new recruits to test the special technology suit. However, there's an old enemy on the horizon.

I absolutely love that the game is bringing back Ultron, as I thought he was kind of underutilized in his own film. But ultimately, it's up to the players to save the day. Letitia Wright will also reprise her role as Shuri alongside Paul Rudd as Ant-Man, and Evangeline Lilly as The Wasp. We all know by now, of course, that developer Crystal Dynamics will further that cause next year with its action-adventure title that puts players in the shoes of Earth's Avengers, but that's not all.

Suit up, step in, and save the world in Avengers: Damage Control. This experience will be available only at select The Void locations in the United States and Canada and attendees will be required to book in advance before making the journey.

"Shuri has recruited your team to test a powerful new prototype design combining Wakandan and Stark technologies", a preview of the VR experience said. When a familiar enemy from the Avengers' past seeks to steal the technology for themselves, your team must stop them before they unleash an oppressive new age upon the planet.

The new footage shows off more of Marvel's latest attempt to immerse fans in a larger-than-life VR adventure, while also teasing numerous characters you'll encounter while battling the forces of evil. While traversing a series of chaotic locales, players will team-up with heroes the likes of War Machine, Wasp, Hulk, Spider-Man, Hulk, and many more as they work to defeat Ultron and his insidious plan for world domination.

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