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Ms. Marvel will be a playable character in the latest Avengers game for PC, Xbox, PS4 and Google Stadia

If you have been following the latest Marvel Avengers game, there is some good news for you. Square Enix, the studio responsible for creating open-world fun action-packed game Just Cause has worked in conjunction with Marvel to create a world where you can play with your favourite Marvel hero.

The game is said to have six playable characters, which include the likes of Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, Captain America and Hulk. The last one was kept under wraps, that is, until now.

Just a few hours ago, Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics confirmed that the last secret playable hero was none other than Ms. Marvel. The companies used a Marvel Avenger’s panel placed at the New York Comic-Con to make the announcement. They also confirmed that she will be the protagonist when it comes to the main storyline.

Hannah McLeod, a Narrative designer says that “she’s who you’re going to experience our original Avengers story through. It’s her perspective. The story follows the aftermath of the A-day, because of which the Avengers decide to disband the group. The same day, Kamala Khan, an American-Pakistani teenager, realizes she has gained superpowers.

If you take a look at the new trailer released, you will see that she is able to contract or expand her body parts with abilities which let her grow in size or shrink down. The ability is named “Embiggen” and she also has an additional ability known as “Ultra Embiggen” using which you can send your enemies flying.

Marvel’s Avengers is set to release on the PC, Xbox One, PS4 and on Google Stadia on May 15 2020. What do you think of Ms. Marvel? Do you like her in the game? Let us know in the comments below!

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