New Marvel MOBA Game Is Looking For Beta Testers

Marvel Super War will arrive on mobile in 2020, but some lucky testers will get the chance to give the game a whirl early.

A new Marvel mobile game is coming in 2020 but some lucky testers will get the chance to give the game a whirl early.

Right now, it feels as if the Marvel hype has died down a little. To an extent, that's true. For the past two years, Marvel fans have eagerly anticipated the release of Infinity War and then Endgame a year later. Now that those massive MCU movies are in the rearview mirror, fans have to wait until May 2020 for Black Widow which will kick off phase four.

Marvel gamers will be looking forward to next May for a different reason. Avengers is coming to all major platforms that month. That's providing people don't continue to complain about the character designs, thus making developers feel as if they need to tweak them and push back the game's release date.

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Should that happen, there will at least be a new Marvel MOBA game to take our minds off of the delay. Marvel Super War will arrive on mobile in 2020 and looks as if it will be a pretty cool addition to the mobile gaming world. Players will form teams of five and be tasked with taking down the towers and the bases of others. There will be a familiar and extensive roster of both heroes and villains to choose from.

While there is no official release date for Super War just yet, Pocket Gamer reports that the game's second beta test will be starting soon - on November 21, 2019, to be exact. Before you try to apply as a means to fill the Marvel shaped hole in your life, the testing will only be taking place in a few select countries, including India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.

Marvel fans living outside of that handful of countries will just have to wait. On the bright side, 2020 is set to be a jam-packed year for all things Marvel. Between Black Widow, The Eternals, Avengers, Super War, and Disney+'s TV shows, there will be more Marvel media to consume than most of us can handle. We say bring it on, as the gap between Spider-Man: Far From Home and whatever is coming next has already gone on long enough.

Source: Pocket Gamer

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