Marvel Games, the division of the entertainment giant responsible for video games, recently changed its logo on social media. The logo replaces the A in Games with a 4.
What does it all mean? Nothing is for sure at this stage, but one interesting rumour claims a big Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite update is coming that could re-brand the game as Marvel vs. Capcom 4. The “4” could also be a reference to Fantastic Four. Or maybe it’s connected to Avengers, given that Avengers: Endgame is the fourth instalment in the series. For now, all of this is speculation, but we’ll report back when official news drops.
In other news about Marvel Games … errr Marvel G4mes, the company recently partnered with a team of former Blizzard developers to work on a brand-new Marvel mobile game. The title has yet to be officially announced, and another possibility is that the “4” has something to do with this new project. Marvel is good at surprising people and keeping them guessing, so it’s also possible the “4” is related to something we haven’t even thought about yet.
Marvel Games had a strong 2018 thanks in part to Insomniac’s Spider-Man, which was a critical and a commercial success. A new Marvel Ultimate Alliance game, The Black Order, is coming to Nintendo Switch in 2019. Additionally, Square Enix is working on a Marvel game, codenamed, The Avengers Project, but we don’t know much about it yet.