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Rumor: Marvel's Blade Has an Internal Release Window of 2027

Rumor: Marvel's Blade Has an Internal Release Window of 2027 - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 01 January 2024 / 6,467 Views

Bethesda SoftworksArkane Studios Lyon, and Marvel Games at The Game Awards announced Marvel's Blade.

Giant Bomb's Jeff Grubb on the XboxEra Podcast is claiming the single-play third-person game has an internal release window of 2027. He did add "2027 at the earliest."

"Right now, internally, they are expecting that to be sold on store shelves and digitally in 2027," said Grubb. "That is the year that they are aiming for that game."

XboxEra co-founder Nick Baker did point out it is possible Marvel's Blade could be a cross-generation game launch on the Xbox Series X|S and the next-generation Xbox.

Platforms and a release date were not revealed for Marvel's Blade.

A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012 and taking over the hardware estimates in 2017. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel. You can contact the author on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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G2ThaUNiT (on 26 December 2023)

I have a feeling Disney requires their licensed games to be announced asap. Star Wars Eclipse, Wolverine, KOTOR Remake, Indiana Jones, and Blade. All Disney properties that were announced years before they were actually releasing.

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VersusEvil G2ThaUNiT (on 26 December 2023)

Gotta build hype for a dying brand.

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BonfiresDown G2ThaUNiT (on 27 December 2023)

Hmm maybe. It seems to be a norm in the movie industry that a movie is announced as soon as it advances from random daydreaming to rough idea.

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VAMatt G2ThaUNiT (on 28 December 2023)

Disney needs to keep investors thinking that great stuff is coming, in order to justify their stock's sky high P:E ratio.

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mZuzek G2ThaUNiT (on 28 December 2023)

Guardians of the Galaxy was announced 3 months before release.

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2zosteven (on 27 December 2023)

they should have announced this game 2 years ago, not sure why they waited so long, lol

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KLAMarine (on 26 December 2023)

announcements that happen years ahead of time pisses me off

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Bandorr (on 26 December 2023)

Announced way too earlier. Wolverine too for that matter.

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Mystro-Sama (on 28 December 2023)

Trailer is probably the only work they've done towards the game. lol

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LivncA_Dis3 (on 29 December 2023)

Maybe 2026 but man if we have to wait that long everyone be dead haha

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SquidLord (on 27 December 2023)

Knowing that they're doing a Dishonored 3 first yeah I'd believe if they only barely started production

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Azzanation (on 29 December 2023)

Odd, wasn't it leaked that Xbox was closing down in 2027..

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LurkerJ (on 26 December 2023)

The whole thing has a "We can do super heroes too!" vibe to it.

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smroadkill15 LurkerJ (on 26 December 2023)

You could make this same dumb argument for Spiderman as well. Sony saw the success of Arkham and wanted a piece of the pie. In fact, that likely why Sony made those games. Nothing wrong with it either. Now that Xbox wants some of the action, we get this kind of take

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LurkerJ smroadkill15 (on 26 December 2023)

It was a dumb take, I agree.

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CGI-Quality smroadkill15 (on 26 December 2023)

Sure, LurkerJ's comment may have been a bad take, but you can't say the same about Sony with Spider-Man. Marvel approached Microsoft first and they turned it down.

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smroadkill15 CGI-Quality (on 28 December 2023)

I never said they did or they didn't.

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CGI-Quality smroadkill15 (on 28 December 2023)

You said Sony wanted a piece of the pie and it's likely why they made those games. However, it's important to note Marvel approached them, taking that notion off the table.

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smroadkill15 CGI-Quality (on 28 December 2023)

I said, they wanted a piece of the pie because they saw the success of Arkham series. Marvel approaching them with the proposal doesn't change this.
Yes, MS wants some of the action or at least is okay with Bethesda wanting some of the action since it's only Bethesda studios making these games.

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CGI-Quality smroadkill15 (on 28 December 2023)

Meet me halfway here. You responded to someone who accused Microsoft of "me tooing" with a response that Sony did the same with Spider-Man and I'm saying it did not go down like that. Maybe Sony wanted a piece of a pie (though I doubt it as it wasn't like superhero games were all the rage at that point in the PS4's life, despite the Arkham games. Could have very well been Marvel who wanted a piece of that pie, which may now be extending to Blade.

Regardless, we can be sure they wanted a publisher to have a crack at Spider-Man, was initially turned down by Microsoft, and approached Sony who accepted.

Hopefully, that makes sense.

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tslog (on 26 December 2023)

Arkane has never EVER made good action in any of their games. So that means I’m not excited for this till prove they can make good action in their games.
Also their AI is really bad, which you can’t get away with in action games like you can for stealth. games.

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method114 tslog (on 26 December 2023)

I haven't played deathloop but I tend to agree. Their stealth is always great though.

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shikamaru317 tslog (on 26 December 2023)

Dishonored combat was fantastic on a bad ending playthrough.

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method114 shikamaru317 (on 26 December 2023)

I personally didn't like it at all. So I hope they do something completely different. The stealth I thought was great though.

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