Marvel’s Avengers New Trailer Invites You to Hulk’s Superior Seminar

Marvel’s Avengers New Trailer Invites You to Hulk’s Superior Seminar

Marvel has started sharing a batch of fun trailers for its playable characters in Marvel's Avengers, and the first episode has been dedicated to Hulk.

Tomorrow, Marvel’s Avengers will officially be available for all the gamers across the world. To celebrate the launch, Marvel has recently shared a new trailer from the game, representing Hulk as a new mentor for smashing things, especially bad guys.

The new trailer is a humorous take on Hulk and his endless anger when fighting against bad guys. Hulk teaches that you should smash those people, not with your hand, but with your heart. Robots, cars, tanks, and everything related to the A.I.M. corporation are being torn apart by Hulk one after another during this brief course of Smashing. Here you can check it out:

Marvel’s Avengers is set to be released on September 4th for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Recently, the game has received an open beta on PS4, allowing all the players to give it a whirl and try out a small number of in-game quests. According to the official data, Marvel’s Avengers Beta has turned into the most-downloaded beta in PlayStation’s history. So, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the game setting some new records in the case of sales after its launch.

Crystal Dynamics, the developer behind Rise of the Tomb Raider, teamed up with Eidos Montreal on developing Marvel’s Avengers. Despite the initial backlash over the game’s character design, some of the early reviews from Marvel’s Avengers introduce it as a worthy experience.

That being said, the game has been review-bombed on Metacritic. While some of the user reviews criticize the game’s various sections, some others are just demonstrating hatred against Square Enix and Sony over making Spider-Man a PS4-exclusive character.

Marvel’s Avenger‘s first post-launch character will be Kate Bishop that was revealed just a few days ago during the latest War Table stream. Later on, Hawkeye and Spider-Man will also join the roster in 2021.