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EA Reveals Multi-title Partnership With Marvel

“At least three” action-adventure projects are in the pipeline

Electronic Arts is working with Marvel on a number of action-adventure games.

In a release to investors, the company said that it was creating “at least three” new titles for Marvel for console and PC. The first of these is the previously announced Iron Man game helmed by Motive Studios. These titles are all going to be original stories, apparently.

“We have been long-time fans of Marvel and their impressive leadership, so this is a remarkable moment for our developers as well as our players and fans,” EA COO Laura Miele said.

“We look forward to welcoming Marvel into the EA family of creators and know this collaboration will produce exceptional experiences for our players. We can’t wait to see players’ reactions when they suit up as Iron Man and do the extraordinary things this Super Hero is known for.”

Marvel Games EVP Jay Ong added: “At Marvel, we strive to find best-in-class teams who can take our characters on heroic journeys in ways they haven’t before and collaborating with Electronic Arts will help us achieve that. We pride ourselves on being enthusiastic, creative collaborators with developers so they have the freedom to create something deeply unique and truly remarkable. The team at Motive is getting started on that with their Iron Man video game and we can’t wait for players to learn more in the far future.”

This comes in the wake of EA previously having worked with LucasFilm on its Star Wars output.

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