Last October, we compiled a list of every confirmed Marvel game currently in development and set to release in 2022 and beyond. Fast forward a year later and the list has grown. In the past couple of months, multiple developers have come forward to announce their new Marvel projects.
Marvel Snap (October 18, 2022)
Set to launch next month, Marvel Snap is a strategic card battler. Like other games of this nature — Hearthstone, Legends of Runeterra to name a few — you’ll be assembling a team of heroes and villains from across the Marvel multiverse and compete in fast-paced, three-minute battles.
Marvel’s Midnight Suns (December 2, 2022)
After multiple delays, Marvel’s Midnight Suns finally has a December release date locked in. This is a turn-based tactical RPG from Firaxis, developer of the XCOM series. It’s definitely more of a niche genre, but the story certainly sounds unlike anything we’ve experienced in a Marvel game before.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 (2023)
We haven’t seen or heard much of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 since Insomniac Games teased it in 2021. It’s a sequel to the 2019 action-adventure and will continue the adventures of Peter Parker and Miles Morales. It will also feature one of the franchise’s most iconic villains: Venom. Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will be exclusive to PS5.
Marvel’s Wolverine (TBA)
Also revealed last year, Marvel’s Wolverine is another game being developed by Insomniac Games. Again, we haven’t heard or seen anything since the announcement, but it’s probably a long way off. As it was announced with a “TBA” date, it’s probably coming after Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.
Skydance New Media’s Untitled Marvel Project (TBA)
We’ve known about this game for a while now. We still don’t have a release date or a title, but we do at least know the premise of the game now that it has been officially unveiled. The game features an original story set during WWII with four playable heroes: Steve Rogers, aka Captain America; Azzuri, T’Challa’s grandfather and the WWII-era Black Panther; Gabriel Jones, a U.S. soldier and member of the Howling Commandos; and Nanali, leader of the fledgling Wakandan Spy Network. We don’t know much else about the game, but it certainly looks intriguing.
EA Motive’s Marvel’s Iron Man (TBA)
Another long-rumored game and the most recent to be confirmed, EA Motive is working on an Iron Man game. We don’t have a release date or platforms, but the first details sound promising. It’s a single-player, third-person action-adventure with an “original narrative that taps into the rich history of Iron Man.”