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Captain America and Black Panther game a purely single-player adventure with multiple characters

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It still doesn’t have a name yet, but Amy Hennig has explained a few details about her studio’s upcoming Marvel team-up game.Although Skydance New Media unveiled its mystery Marvel project earlier this month, as a Captain America/Black Panther team-up set during the Second World War, there’s still a lot it’s keeping under wraps.The reveal trailer didn’t even give us a title, let alone any gameplay details.

However, Skydance New Media president Amy Hennig was willing to divulge a bit more in a recent interview.One key detail she shared was that, despite the game’s four-person cast, it will be single-player only, with no multiplayer or co-op functionality whatsoever.Instead, you will take control of each of the four main characters – Cap, Black Panther, Gabriel Jones, and Nanali – at different points in the story, something Hennig compares to how stories are told in movies and TV shows.This isn’t too surprising considering Hennig’s best known for creating the Uncharted games, which were predominately single-player adventures, with Uncharted 2 and 3 featuring competitive multiplayer modes separate from the main story.‘We want to disabuse people of any of the wrong notions about the game – this is a single-player game, and so the four characters are all playable at different points in the story,’ she told CNET.‘It’s not like you’re choosing which character to play, it’s not like you’re playing co-op multiplayer.

There’s a… I kind of hate the term linear story, because I always try to make games that feel widely linear and have lots of player agency, but the story has a beginning, middle and end, with landmarks in between.’With what sounds like such a heavy emphasis on storytelling, Hennig is particularly eager for the game

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