LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 At Comic-Con

New details and characters have been revealed during the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 panel at Comic-Con. The panel included TT Games head of design, Arthur Parsons, executive creative director at Marvel Games, Bill Rosemann, LEGO designer, Justin Ramsden, comic writer, Kurt Busiek and LEGO artist, Dan Veesenmeyer. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 will see the worlds of Marvel collide as Kang the Conqueror battles with Marvel heroes from across the ages in the time ravished world of Chronopolis. This also acts as the games hub-world and it’s the biggest open world TT Games have ever attempted. New characters revealed include Vulture from Spider-Man: Homecoming, Doctor Octopus, Gwenpool, Cosmo, GreenSkyn Smashtroll, Forbush-Man and Throg, who just happens to be Thor’s frog form! There’ll be plenty of collectables including a number of classic Marvel comic covers recreated in LEGO form by Dan Veesenmeyer. Bonus missions will involve Howard the Duck who seems to have a multitude of video game ideas of his own. You’ll also get to save Stan Lee who seems to have gotten himself in peril once again. A new trailer was shown at the panel which will hopefully be released online by Warner Bros. Interactive soon. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 will be released on November 17th for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Steam.

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