Public showing of the game has previously been limited to cinematic trailers, with the gameplay footage only being shown behind closed doors.
Both fan and critical reception has been mixed at best, but I'm holding out hope that Crystal Dynamics can make it work.
In the expanded footage below, we get a good look at the "A-Day" prologue mission, which will act as a tutorial for players. The gameplay shows off how the Avengers handle and the gameplay associated with their respective powers and abilities.
Marvel's Avengers will see players stepping into the boots (or torn shorts) of Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, and Black Widow on May 15, 2020, for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
A sequel to 2017's Little Nightmares has been announced by Bandai Namco and is set for a 2020 release.
Little Nightmares II will tell the sotry of Mono, a young boy trapped in a world distorted by the humming transmission of a distant signal tower.
He'll be accompanied by Six; our yellow raincoat-wearing hero from the first game, who will serve as an AI companion in the sequel.
Sony is finally bringing Insomniac Games into its fold of Worldwide Studios.
The publisher made the announcement today via Twitter:
"Joining the WWS family gives Insomniac even greater opportunities to achieve our studio vision of making positive and lasting impressions on people's lives," said Insomniac founder and CEO Ted Price.
After announcing pre-registrations for WoW Classic players, some of Blizzard's servers are facing queues of more than 10,000 people.
The option to reserve character names was made available this week, giving players the ability to choose which realm (server) they'll be playing on.
Community manager Kaivax has advised that some players may want to consider choosing another server ahead of the game's release on August 27.
Dragon Age 4 creative director Fernando Melo has left BioWare in the second high-profile departure this week.
Melo announced his departure on Twitter, saying "Today was my last day at BioWare. After 12 years.. that's a heck of a lot of feels."
"To be clear, this is my own decision," Melo noted. "I've been wanting to take some time to disconnect and explore a couple ideas for next chapter in my career."
Anthem lead producer Ben Irving is parting ways with BioWare for an "exciting opportunity at another gaming company."
"I will forever be grateful to all the people who gave me the chance to work on great products with amazing people," wrote Irving. "I believe Anthem has a bright future - there is a great team working on it and I look forward to following its progress (and playing it!) from the sidelines.
"I have really enjoyed interacting with the Anthem community - Streams, Twitter and Reddit. Through the good times and the tough times. You all are in great hands with [Jesse Anderson] and [Andrew Johnson] (and have been for some time now). I wish nothing but the best for all of you."
Dambuster Studios has become the latest developer to take a swing at zombie action title, Dead Island 2.
Dead Island 2 was first announced at E3 2014 with Spec Ops: The Line developer, Yager at the helm. The studio was removed from the project mid 2015 due to "creative differences," resulting in Sumo Digital taking over development in early 2016.
But after three years and no game, it seems publisher THQ Nordic is out of patience, giving Dambuster Studios the role of both lead developer for the game, and the franchise overall.
Following a countdown clock teaser, Ghost Games has revealed Need for Speed Heat, the next entry in veteran racing series.
Ghost Games released a trailer Heat today, showcasing the series continued focus on high-performance street racing and avoiding the long arm of the law. In Heat players will race across the fictional town of Palm City and take part in both sanctioned competitions called the Speedhunters Showdown and illegal underground racing.
It wouldn't be a modern NFS game without some B-grade movie story about police corruption, and Ghost Games look to be doubling down on the drama for the next entry.
Fans have been begging for a new entry in the Skate franchise for years now to no avail. Thankfully, Easy Day Studios has seen a glaring gap in gaming for a new skateboarding title. The studio today announced that Skater XL; a game that has been on Steam Early Access for some time now, is coming to the Xbox One in 2020.
Fans have only been able to shred up the L.A. Civic Center but will soon be able to take their favourite deck to a second location based on a Southern California skatepark.
“The well-balanced difficulty of this games map and AI fills a niche in the Kart Racing genre that is sure to delight multiplayer parties and provide a healthy challenge for both nostalgia-filled millennials and newcomers alike.”
Don't miss a thing - get the day's top gaming stories blasted into your brain every evening.