The Mighty Thor, Jane Foster, is coming to the Marvel’s Avengers game next week: first look at the two Thors in action, to be seen in action in a War Table Deep Dive on Monday, June 27 (and out the day after).
Jane Foster, the Mighty Thorwill be the next playable character in Marvel’s Avengers, the action game-as-a-service from Crystal Dynamics and (still) part of Square Enix’s portfolio, despite himself.
The character was announced a few days ago with a trailer consisting solely of illustrations, and today we have, from the game blogthe first official image of Jane Foster in the game, which looks set to differ from the original Thor with mighty thor’s name.
Like all Marvel’s Avengers characters, she will be free to play for all Marvel’s Avengers users on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Steam, and Stadia.
Marvel’s Avengers – The Mighty Thor (Jane Foster)
The Mighty Thor is coming to Marvel’s Avengers as part of the update 2.5, scheduled for next Tuesday, June 28. That day you will be able to play with Foster, and you will be able to see her in action the day before, in a presentation War Table Deep Dive on Monday June 27.
This stream will show the moves and powers of this Mighty Thor and how it will differ from the original Thor. You should not expect, yes, a new campaign as happened with Black Panther or even with the Hawkeyes, Clint Barton and Kate Bishop, who had new stories and scenarios.
It seems that Mighty Thor will be more in the vein of Spider-Manwho came into the game with some new cutscenes and fun interactions, but didn’t have a story of his own – he was just another character to grind.
Mighty Thor will be the eleventh playable character in Marvel’s Avengers after the initial six: Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Ms. Marvel, Black Widow, Hulk. It was followed by Hawkeye (Barton), Hawkeye (Bishop), Black Panther and Spider-Man (only on PS5 and PS4).
Given the sale of Crystal Dynamics to Embracer Group, and that the studio is already working on a new Tomb Raider in Unreal Engine 5, we do not predict a great future for Marvel’s Avengers, although it is assumed that, at least, She-Hulk is also on the way. .
Since the She-Hulk series premieres on Disney+ in August, they may want to wait until then to release it (Jane Foster also comes out very close to the premiere of the movie Thor Love and Thunder, where Foster is played by Natalie Portman).