Live feeding D23 Games Showcase: Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, follow all the announcements live!
As the Disney D23 event has just begun, it’s already time to start a big piece with the Disney & Marvel Games Showcase. Follow all game announcements with us.
Star Wars, Spider-Man, Marvel … the D23 prepares the show
He’s back in school and obviously the big players in the industry have things to reveal to us. Before Ubisoft and – hopefully – PlayStation and Nintendo, Disney is the first to shoot with its first Disney & Marvel Games Showcase, which aired tonight, Friday 9 September, from 10pm (now French). In this Live Feed we invite you to follow this event live with a broadcast from 20:30. Believe us, it will undoubtedly be heavy! From its official website, the Mickey Mouse company talks about “announcements, trailers and revelations for new games coming from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm and 20th Century Studios”. So yeah, this is all exciting and promising.
Part of Marvel’s Midnight Suns and Lego Star Wars
Even on its site, the entertainment giant is already spilling the beans. Marvel’s Midnight Suns, a strategy game developed by Firaxis Games (XCOM) – whose release date is still awaited; Disney Dreamlight Valley, a sort of Animal Crossing in the wonderful world of Mickey and Pixar just entered early access; and Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga, no doubt soon rewarded with an update. Above all, the company conjures up a little taste of Marvel game developed by Skydance New Media. The reason this point gets pressed is because the studio is led by industry veteran Amy Hennig, who has worked on cult projects like Uncharted | Kain’s legacy is that the software clearly states its ambitions. To sum it up, it’s envy.
Going back to Star Wars, there are many important pieces in the works in the galaxy far, far away that we will no doubt have some information about. Starting with Star Wars Jedi Survivor, the sequel to the excellent Fallen Order released in 2019. In this regard, it is difficult to bet on a long sequence of gameplay – the publisher Electronic Arts will undoubtedly keep it exclusive – but why not imagine a new trailer. Ditto for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and Marvel’s Wolverine. Even though Disney owns the universe, games are still great cartridges for PS5. Of course, we are not immune from numerous surprises either. Come on, go live!