We have seen a resurgence in the superhero video game genre in the last few years. A few years the Batman Arkham Franchise was leading the charge, but as of today, games like Marvel’s Spider-Man and the recent Guardians of the Galaxy have made great strides to move the genre forward. With a Wolverine game in the works, the future is looking bright for comic book games. Well, adding to the list, we might have an addition to the family of superhero games.
A rumour circulating the internet suggests that a AAA title Doctor Strange game could be under development by Remedy Entertainment aimed at the current generation. The user Moth Culture initially tweeted it on Twitter, and later it was posted on Reddit by the user stroksyxl.
BREAKING: Remedy Entertainment is Rumored to be developing AAA (Doctor Strange) game for current-gen. An Official announcement and teaser reportedly planned for this summer's E3 conference. pic.twitter.com/DUhFDp9KfY
— Moth Culture (@Moth_Culture) March 20, 2022
It is speculated that the game announcement and teaser will follow soon and can be expected at the upcoming E3 summer conference.
It would make sense for Remedy Entertainment to work on a superhero title following the recent success of Guardians of Galaxy. Marvel’s Guardians of Galaxy was very well received by the community and even went on ahead to win the award for “Best Narrative Award at 2021 Game Awards.”
While we genuinely hope that we all get to see Doctor Strange as a playable AAA title game and get to experience Doctor Strange’s Character in its true glory. However, take this news with a grain of salt as Moth Culture is widely popular for unreliable news and claims which were never seen turn into reality.
Remedy Entertainment is often quite public and open about the games it is developing, as they have already announced they are working on three different projects, one of which is Alan Wake 2. It would be quite strange if Doctor Strange is in development and not yet announced officially; maybe it is a way to generate hype by announcing it in E3 or just a rumour that will fade away with time.
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