New Black Panther Game Coming Up: Announce By EA Games

Hello Gamers, A Big Big News Coming straight from EA Games Who Is confirmed the heavily-rumoured Black Panther game.

The Game was Developers is a Seattle-based EA studio called Cliffhanger Games. Developer Team Called  “an original, third-person, single-player Black Panther game.” EA Did Not Release Any Poster Or Video, But We Say it was an adventure developed in partnership with Marvel Games

Kevin Stephens, who oversaw Monolith Productions’ studio operations throughout the creation of the Shadow of Mordor franchise, is in charge of the project. In addition to veterans of Halo Infinite, God of War, and Call of Duty, EA claimed that other people who worked on Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor are already a part of Cliffhanger.

“We’re dedicated to delivering fans a definitive and authentic Black Panther experience, giving them more agency and control over their narrative than they have ever experienced in a story-driven video game,” Stephens said In His Statement.

Upcoming Black Panther Game

About all the information we have at this time is that. There is no information about the game’s potential release date or the platforms the developer plans to use. A previous agreement between EA and Marvel to work together to create at least three more games was announced last year.

One of the several Marvel video games currently under development, including at EA, is Black Panther. A multi-title agreement for at least three action-adventure games for consoles and PC was inked by EA and Marvel in October. The first of these was a Star Wars: Squadrons and Dead Space remake developer, Motive Studios, and Iron Man game.

It’s fascinating to think about a Black Panther game being created by some of the same minds behind Shadow of Mordor. The third-person open-world adventure game Shadow of Mordor from 2014 received attention for its distinctive Nemesis System, which enables non-playable NPCs to recall their earlier deeds against the game’s protagonist and respond appropriately. According to EA, the Black Panther video game would “build an expansive and reactive world that empowers players to experience what it is like to take on the mantle of Wakanda’s protector, the Black Panther.” This statement makes it sound as though it may draw on Nemesis System-type mechanisms.

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