Hype train passengers, all aboard: set to arrive on Rift in two weeks, Oculus today announced a two more playable heroes coming to Marvel Powers United VR’s super human lineup. This time it’s Guardians of the Galaxy’s Gamora and Star-Lord.
First revealed at Disney D23 fan expo in summer of last year, Marvel Powers United VR is a co-op VR game created by Marvel Games, Sanzaru Games, and Oculus Studios. Featuring co-op missions, you use each superhero’s unique powers in online multiplayer, revisiting some of the familiar Marvel locations made famous in films past.
There are still six more playable characters left in the 18-character lineup, which so far includes Gamora, Star-lord, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Black Panther, Captain Marvel, The Hulk, Rocket Raccoon, Deadpool, Black Bolt, Crystal, and Thor.
Marvel Powers United VR is slated to launch exclusively on Rift July 26th. Pre-orders are now open here, with the game priced at $ 40.
Check out the quick teaser Oculus posted a quick teaser on their blog:
We went hands-on with Marvel Powers United VR back during an Oculus event that was simultaneously timed with Disney’s D23. Check it out here in the meantime to learn more about the nitty gritty of what makes the game tick.
You can also demo Marvel Powers United VR at select retail locations for yourself, which lets you choose from Black Bolt, Captain Marvel, Crystal, The Hulk, and Thor in a co-op battle mission.
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