Warner Bros. is pulling out all of the stops for LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2, cramming an absolutely massive cast into this latest campaign to save the world from dastardly villains. It looks like She-Hulk will be joining the fray, and we've got an exclusive clip of the jade heroine in action.
The clip opens with Thor and Captain America enjoying some witty banter before shifting to a scene of She-Hulk quite literally juggling Hydra operatives.
While Thor and Cap try to interrogate one of the game's enemy threats, The Presence, She-Hulk decides to do what all of the Hulks do best; smash. She begins tossing The Presence around, smacks him into the ground like her silver screen companion, then finishes things off with an elbow drop that should make any WWE fan proud.
Sadly, that's all the smashing we get to enjoy for now. We quickly cut to Iron Man and Captain Marvel swimming toward an underwater facility alongside an especially friendly shark.
If the purpose of the clip was to show us that Marvel Super Heroes 2 will be cramming a whole bunch of heroes and villains into a single campaign, they've succeeded. These games are great about mixing and matching characters both popular and semi-forgotten, with plenty of fun Easter eggs thrown in for good measure. It's also cool that, along with the current heavy hitters such as The Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange and all of The Avengers, we'll be spending some time with characters like She-Hulk, Spider-Gwen and even Howard the Duck. These games typically double as love letters to Marvel fans, and LMSH2 doesn't look to disappoint.
This latest adventure will even incorporate time travel, meaning we'll get to see some heroes from throughout the ages. From gladiatorial Hulk to Spider-Man 2099 and everything in between, we imagine the team had a heck of a lot of fun writing this particular campaign. The locales will be varied, too, including destinations such as ancient Egypt, future New York, the Wild West and even a detour to Planet Hulk.
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 launches this coming Tuesday, Nov. 14, for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. You can also get a Deluxe Edition of the game, which includes a season pass for all DLC and an exclusive Giant-Man character to add to your roster. Also included is a poster and early access to the classic Guardians pack. As for the season pass, it will include things like new levels to play through and characters to play as. The regular edition will set you back $60 while the Deluxe Edition is going for $74.99.