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More Details For Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order

The Nintendo Switch video game system is about to get a lot more heroic. MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black Order is heading exclusively to the Nintendo Switch system for Super Hero gaming action at home or on the go. The new game, which arrives nearly 10 years after the previous installment in the series, is being developed by KOEI TECMO GAMES/Team NINJA and published by Nintendo. Nintendo made the announcement with a trailer shown during The Game Awards in Los Angeles.

MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black Order brings together Super Heroes and Super Villains from across the Marvel Universe to battle for the limitless power of the Infinity Gauntlet, one Stone at a time. This unprecedented team of characters must use their unique superpowers to defeat the mad cosmic tyrant Thanos and his ruthless warmasters, The Black Order. The game will feature an original story and a playable cast of dozens of Marvel Super Heroes, including the Avengers, the X-Men, and—for the first time in series history—the Guardians of the Galaxy.

The new game features the same kind of action-RPG gameplay that made the franchise such a hit over a decade ago. In MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black Order, up to four players can drop in for co-op battles in a variety of ways: They can play online*, link up offline via local wireless or pass a Joy-Con controller to a friend to join the team. With another pair of Joy-Con (sold separately), four players can team up on one system. In addition to the series’ traditional perspective, the new entry will let players select a dynamic, zoomed-in heroic view, allowing for a more immersive play style for single-player or multiplayer when using multiple systems.

“As longtime fans of the franchise, we could not be prouder and more excited to bring back ULTIMATE ALLIANCE with its biggest game yet,” said Mike Jones, Vice President & Executive Producer, Marvel Games. “MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE is all about teaming up with your friends and creating your own ‘dream team’ of Super Heroes to go on adventures across the Marvel Universe, and Nintendo Switch is perfect for delivering on that promise of cooperative gameplay and shared experiences.”

“The MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE games have been beloved by fans for more than a decade, and this new installment on Nintendo Switch will deliver even more of the thrills and heroics that the franchise is known for,” said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Thanks to our partnership with Marvel, the fate of the Marvel Universe will literally be in the hands of Nintendo Switch players, whether they’re at home or on the go.”

Additional details about the game will be announced in the future.

Source: PR

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7 comments

    1. The Marvel Ultimate Alliance games have never been high profiled graphical showcases which is why the games were on the Wii alongside the Xbox 360 and PS3. The games are targeted to be fun and engaging. The fact that I can play online multiplayer and take this game where ever I go is a huge plus. Day one buy for me

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      1. I’m with you on that one, Paid. The relationship of Nintendo, MARVEL Comics, and Team NINJA has becoming stronger by the moment and bringing the MUA franchise (ala Bayonetta 2) is a definite blessing.

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  1. Meanwhile they removed Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1 and 2 from every digital store, and made it impossible to play if you didn’t already own it. And I was super excited to play them, but I was holding off waiting for them to Remaster Xmen Legends 1 and 2 first. Only instead of releasing Xmen Legends 1 and 2 (I have OCD) they just removed Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1-2… and now they’re putting out MUA3, and people like me who want to play the older games first can just go suck a dick as far as they’re concerned. Thanks a lot.

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