Skydance New Media, led by Amy Hennig, is currently working on a Black Panther and Captain America game, as well as a Star Wars title.
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Skydance New Media president Amy Hennig and story consultant Marc Bernardin speak about the upcoming superhero team-up adventure.
Skydance New Media president Amy Hennig describes it as "sort of a shared experience" and wants non-traditional gamers to feel "just as invited."
Featuring an original story set during World War 2, the title is Skydance New Media's "first initiative" and has four playable heroes.
A new leak claims that Skydance New Media's Marvel game will see the two superheroes taking on the forces of Hydra.
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There's a number of games confirmed to be in development right now that'll take us to a galaxy far, far away. Here's what we know about them.
A new report claims that the Star Wars game in development at Amy Hennig's studio will have plenty in common with Hennig's cancelled Star Wars game at Visceral.
The "richly cinematic" action-adventure title will be an original story set in the universe. More details coming when "the time is right."
Marc Bernardin, who has written various comics for DC and Marvel, also confirms that he's part of the game's writing team.
The actor is known for playing Iden Versio in Star Wars Battlefront 2 along with Tanta Sila in Luminous Productions' upcoming Forspoken.
Hennig is writing and directing a story-focused action-adventure Marvel game with "a completely original story and take on the Marvel Universe."