It’s official, Skydance is working on a Captain America and Black Panther game

It's official, Skydance is working on a Captain America and Black Panther game
It’s official, Skydance is working on a Captain America and Black Panther game

Disney and Marvel just confirmed the game’s existence at the D23 Expo. A trailer was shown during the conference, confirming the existence of four heroes, two worlds, and a war.


Other details such as a release date, platform and gameplay have not been disclosed. We have to wait for more information. Here are some screenshots from the trailer.

As the D23 Expo 2022 event approaches, speculation is starting to surface about which events will be attending and which Marvel games-related games will be shown to fans.


With rumors that Spider-Man 2 and Wolverine from Insomniac Games and PlayStation Studios will be there, and in the case of a Spider-Man sequel, unofficial sources are even talking about gameplay to share with the world , we now have the possibility that Skydance is preparing an unexpected project.

Skydance has commissioned a game with Marvel Games from a team led by Amy Hennig, best known for her work on Naughty Dog’s Uncharted series, which is one of several Marvel-related projects as far as we know. develop.


Skydance, which is working on a Captain America game set in World War II, recently became the first media outlet to announce that Matt Shackman is considering a job as director of the Fantastic Four film, according to MCU Status. Black Panther teams up with Steve Rogers to take on Hydra at a pivotal moment in human history.

This is definitely an unexpected proposal, and we should have more information about the project soon, with the D23 Expo starting as early as September 9th. However, this is one of the rumors that has us very interested.

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