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bad news for Blade fans, Ubisoft has denied dealing with another game

‘Sorry to slice up the rumors’

In the event that you were trusting those new reports about a Ubisoft-created Blade game to be valid, we have awful news.

As far as anyone knows connecting to the impending Blade film one year from now for Marvel Phase 5, the reports began with entertainer Edwin Gaffney. In the wake of posting two photographs on Instagram in a movement catch suit with hashtag #ubisoftgames, the subsequent photograph shows a clapperboard expressing “Wonder.”

While these were posted three weeks prior, this main acquired consideration subsequent to being spotted by YouTuber JorRaptor. Be that as it may, while we’re generally used to seeing distributers basically express “no remark” with regards to bits of gossip, Ubisoft through and through denied it all things considered. Putting out a short announcement on Twitter(opens in new tab), it affirmed:

“Sorry to slice up the rumors, we’re not making a Blade game but we can’t wait to see what our friends at @MarvelStudios are cooking up for next year’s movie!”

It’s quite important that this doesn’t imply that Ubisoft isn’t chipping away at any Marvel games at all. Lately, we’ve seen the French distributer report projects in light of other authorized properties, including Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and a Star Wars open world game. We’d hypothesize that even with this disavowal, we might in any case see something from them, simply not really Blade.

Not the only rumored Marvel game we’ve seen

It’ll without a doubt frustrate some that we’re not getting a Blade game, there’s purportedly bounty all the more actually come. Close by uncovered games like Marvel’s Wolverine and Midnight Suns, Giant Bomb(opens in new tab’s) Jeff Grubb as of late guaranteed EA’s as of now chipping away at two new Marvel games, one of which is purportedly for Black Panther.

While Grubb’s uncertain what the other is, known leaker Tom Henderson(opens in new tab) accepts this is an Iron Man game. Unintentionally, we as of late discovered that an alternate Iron Man game from Avalanche Studios was dropped following two years being developed. Addressing MinnMax on YouTube, studio prime supporter Christofer Sundberg affirmed Disney needed to abbreviate improvement by a year, prompting the dropping.

In any case, in the event that you can hardly hang tight that long for new Marvel games, we’ve seen a couple showing up on PC and control center as of late. Between Marvel’s Spider-Man, Miles Morales, Marvel’s Avengers, and Guardians of the Galaxy, there’s a lot of choices to keep fans involved until we (ideally) get that new Blade game.

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