The following Marvel games are set to come out in the next few years: Insomniac Games' Marvel's Spider-Man 2 and Marvel's Wolverine, Firaxis Games' Marvel's Midnight Suns, and Skydance New Media's still-untitled game.
Over the past few weeks, we've heard rumors talking about EA's next slate of Marvel games. However, arguably the most intriguing one involves Iron Man. Just last week, Jeff Grubb and Tom Henderson broke the news that EA was working on an Iron Man game. Although they hinted that EA could still cancel this project, it's becoming more likely that it will push through now that a new source has joined the fray.
XboxEra podcast co-founder and host, Nick "Speshal Nick" Baker, explained that his sources also tipped him off about EA's new Iron Man game. Baker added that he then compared his sources with Grubb and Henderson to see if they are all talking about the same game. Also, because of their corroborating reports, we shouldn't expect EA's Iron Man game to release soon. As Baker explains, EA's Iron Man game is still "super, super early," adding that "there's a chance it still doesn't happen."
Iron Man is one of the most popular comic book characters, thanks to Robert Downey Jr. and his masterful portrayal of Tony Stark in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Seeing that Tom Cruise didn't join Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness as an Iron Man variant, we'd love to play as the armored superhero in a video game soon. Hopefully, EA is reading all the hype that these rumors have generated and speeds up the development of the Iron Man game.