Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 is Coming Exclusively to Switch in 2019, Developed by Team Ninja

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 is Coming Exclusively to Switch in 2019, Developed by Team Ninja

Avengers assemble!

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 was just announced at tonight's Game Awards and it's coming to the Nintendo Switch exclusively in 2019.

A trailer that premiered at the Game Awards showed off various popular Marvel heroes like Spider-Man, Wolverine, and more, while also showing off some villains that recently appeared in Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War. That's right, Thanos and his underlings were front-and-center along with some Sentinels.

The last Marvel Ultimate Alliance game was released in 2009 and was developed by Vicarious Visions. However, Team Ninja is developing Ultimate Alliance 3. Follow along for more Game Awards announcements.

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