Iron Man VR Release Date Set for February 2020

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We've seen Iron Man in video games before but now Iron Man VR will allow players to play as Iron man.

Marvel's Iron Man VR finally has a release date, along with an exciting new trailer as part of the Marvel Games panel at New York Comic Con. The title was initially slated for a 2019 debut but the date has now been pushed forth to early next year.

Recent teasers have hinted that Tony Stark will die this year, and Marvel has now confirmed his long-lost brother Arno will return to the limelight and take over as Iron Man.

Landing on consoles the 28th of February. The story trailer (above) unveiled at the Marvel Games' Panel at Hulu Theater hints that Ghost is confronting Tony about his dark past as, essentially, an global arms dealer.

The game is shaping up to be a fun experience which will have Tony Stark going up against Ghost a classic villain that was recenty seen in Ant-Man and the Wasp.

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"As a witness to the damage caused by Stark-made weapons years earlier, Ghost's fight against Iron Man is both ideological and personal". Previously, a male character in the comics, Ghost will be a female character in this game. In this title, Ghost is a woman just like in the character in the movie Ant-Man and the Wasp released past year. Several familiar MCU locations, such as Stark Tower and Tony's Malibu mansion, will be featured as well.

Lead writer Brendan Murphy of Camouflaj talked about the story. It is therefore an interesting coincidence that she is indeed cast as a woman and perhaps an indication that the studio has been thinking in the same direction with the creators of Marvel.

Marvel's Iron Man VR will be available as a Standard Edition and a Digital Deluxe Edition.

Marvel history can provide a bit of backstory for this comic event that will kick off a new era for Iron Man: In 1984, the Iron Man of 2020 visited from the future in MACHINE MAN #2.