Head to Downtown New York in Marvel Powers United VR

Two final locations are added ahead of launch.

Whether you’re looking forward to kicking ass as your favourite superhero next week in Marvel Powers United VR, or getting in the spirit with a bit of cosplay for this weeks San Diego Comic-Con, fans of the upcoming virtual reality (VR) experience will be glad to hear Sanzaru Games has some last minute info to reveal, two more locations to fight in.

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The studio has already revealed iconic locations like Asgard’s Throne Room, Jotunheim and the Knowhere Market, and now  Attilan and Downtown New York have been added.

Attilan is the ancestral home of the Inhumans, race of genetically altered superhumans which includes characters Black Bolt and Crystal. Created as a refuge from humanity, the city was located in the northern Atlantic Ocean for several thousand years until the advent of modern technology in the 20th Century forced the Inhumans to relocated it in fear of the city being found.

On the other hand Downtown New York needs little introduction as it’s a mainstay of Marvel comic book heroes. The image below does show the area in a partial ruined form, most likely emulating the destruction wrought on the city by the first Avengers film.

Marvel Powers United VR

These location are likely to be the last reveal by Sanzaru Games ahead of Marvel Powers United VR’s launch next week on Thursday 26th July.

If you’ve been keeping up with the latest events then you’ll have seen a myriad of content revealed for the upcoming VR experience, with playable characters including Starlord, Gamora, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Black Panther, Captain Marvel, The Hulk, Rocket Racoon, Deadpool, and Thor all making an appearance. While bad guys who’ll take the form of boss encounters include Magneto, Dormammu, Loki, Venom, Ultron, Madame Hydra and Scientist Supreme.

If there are any further updates in the next few days VRFocus will of course let you know.

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