In 2012, Disney and Marvel reached out to Avalanche Studios, the creative studio behind Just Cause, and began working on an Iron Man game that would never be seen again.
Avalanche Studios co-founder Christofer Sundberg provided the news for the never-released Iron Man game, which is well-known for its popular open-world franchise, Just Cause. These games are often huge, with lots of explosions, action, and flying around in strange cars, as well as protagonist Rico Rodriguez's ability to perform BASE jumps and other outrageous, death-defying feats.
Sundberg told MinnMaxs Ben Hanson that if they had hired all the necessary personnel to complete the game in the short timeframe Disney desired, the studio would have broken up completely. We would have had to hire 70-80 people to the team that I would have a responsibility to find a new project for.
Sundberg said the project was a tough one to drop working on, and he was disappointed that the effort the team put into the project fell into disuse when the game was canned.
Sundberg did not reveal too much information on what sort of game it might have been, though he mentioned a focus on melee combat similar to the popular Batman Arkham games. He also stated that the game would have allowed the player to travel anywhere, just like Iron Man in the films.
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As he said, there are so many outstanding individuals on both sides of the game. It would have been fantastic.
Although its a shame this game didn't get the attention it deserves, we're not so keen for Marvel-themed video games in 2022. There are so many coming, including a number of certainly real games based on Wolverine, Spider-Man, and the Midnight Suns, and even more rumored games, like a Black Panther game from EA.