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Marvel Future Revolution finally hits Android on August 25

Marvel Future Revolution Hyrda Empire
Marvel Future Revolution Hyrda Empire (Image credit: Marvel)

What you need to know

  • Marvel Future Revolution is Marvel's first open-world action RPG coming to Android and iOS.
  • Netmarble has announced that it will launch on August 25 for mobile devices.
  • Pre-registration is currently live on the Google Play Store and grants a set of in-game cosmetics.

Marvel Future Revolution is bringing some of Earth's mightiest heroes to Android and iOS on August 25, developer Netmarble has announced. The free-to-play open-world action RPG will be supported for years to come as Netmarble plans to expand its growing universe with new content.

Starring Black Widow, Captain America, Captain Marvel, Doctor Strange, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Star-Lord, and Storm, Marvel Future Revolution takes place where the multiverse physically collides together, forming one Primary Earth made up of bits and pieces from across the multiverse. This convergence is what causes our heroes to form the Omega Flight collective, a group dedicated to fighting the supervillains that have arisen.

While there are only eight playable characters at launch, Netmarble expects to add a lot more. The same goes for its regions, which includes New Stark City, Midgardia, Sakaar, Xandearth, and the Hydra Empire. Players can also take part in a few different multiplayer modes like Blitz/Raid, Special Operations, Omega War, and the Dark Zone.

It's unknown whether Marvel Future Revolution will support some of the best mobile controllers at launch, but we're hoping it does. Its predecessor, Marvel Future Fight, had a rough relationship with mobile controller support. Regardless, it's being optimized with touch controls in mind.

Those who pre-register before its August 25 launch can claim exclusive costumes inspired by Marvel comics. The game is set to have 400 million unique costume combinations.

Jennifer Locke
Games Editor - PlayStation, Android, VR

Jennifer Locke has been playing video games nearly her entire life. You can find her posting pictures of her dog and obsessing over PlayStation and Xbox, Star Wars, and other geeky things.