Coming ten years after the last game in the series, it introduces a new over-the-shoulder camera view and has four-player co-op.
It's not 100% clear who's publishing the new game but it seem to be Nintendo themselves, which implies they must've had some interesting conversations with Marvel. "MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE is all about teaming up with your friends and creating your own "dream team" of Super Heroes to go on adventures across the Marvel Universe, and Nintendo Switch is flawless for delivering on that promise of cooperative gameplay and shared experiences".
World's first baby born via womb transplant from deceased donor
Upon encountering a suitable candidate and donor, doctors must act quickly to remove the uterus and transport it to the patient. He said live uterus donors are rare and typically eligible family members or close friends of women seeking the transplant.
All other details around Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order will be revealed sometime in the future.
The developer is Japanese studio Team Ninja, best known for the Dead Or Alive and Ninja Gaiden series. Or rather "was" fondly remembered, considering Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 was launched way back in 2009. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 features an original story focused on the threat posed by Thanos and his Black Order. You can play with up to four players via a local wireless network, pair four Joy-cons on a single Switch, or even play online. It wouldn't be a Marvel Ultimate Alliance game without the X-Men.
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