Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’s debut trailer was just released by Marvel, however it turns out that there are more significant developments about the IP. EA is reportedly working on a Black Panther game, according to allegations made by Jeff Grub, a well-known source of early knowledge on new games.
According to reports, the game is still in its early phases of production and is presently being worked on in a new Seattle company that Kevin Stephens, a former vice president of Monolith Productions, created. After the death of Wakanda’s previous Black Panther, the player-character will reportedly assume the position of the country’s new Black Panther.
At this time, not much is known about the game, and EA has not said whether a similar project is presently in development at any of its studios.
Despite working with well-known IPs like Star Wars , EA has struggled to make a significant impact on the superhero genre. Other than the rare cameo in a Marvel fighting game or Marvel’s Avengers, Black Panther hasn’t received much attention in the realm of video games.
The Ryan coogler-directed MCU film was recognized as one of the greatest in the series and received many Academy Awards nominations. The sequel, which is set for release in November 2022, is undoubtedly one of the MCU’s most eagerly awaited films.
EA could consider going in a single-player approach similar to Grub, the company is considering a single-player experience. Nevertheless, considering that the game is still in its early phases of development, things might alter as it advances.
- Vivo Y22 makes a quick pit stop at Geekbench ahead of official launch
- Lenovo details the cooling capabilities of Legion Y70
- Apple iPhone 14 sales reportedly to be stable, brand orders partners to manufacture 90M units
- Dimensity 810 powered Vivo Y77e 5G officially unveiled
- Vivo V25 Pro to officially hit the Indian market on August 17