Tour Chronopolis In Latest LEGO Marvel 2 Trailer!

 

A new trailer dropped this week for LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 in advance of Europe’s Gamescom 2017. The new trailer highlights a ton of new areas and worlds that will make up the huge free roam Chronopolis, the sprawling city at the center of the new game pieced together by Kang. It’s also more and more clear that major Marvel Cinematic Universe influences will be all over this game.

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There are a ton of characters shown off in this new trailer, too many to mention, but more exciting was our first look at a handful of new worlds only previously mentioned in interviews and press. Worlds include Asgard, Wakanda, New York, Coliseum, Hala, Hydra Empire, K’un-lun, Lemuria, Manhattan & More!

Watch the trailer below and check out our full gallery of all the locations, plus read the official press release!

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today released a NEW trailer
for LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2, taking viewers on an exciting journey
through the expansive Open Hub World of Chronopolis. The video
spotlights a myriad of iconic Marvel locations, all ripped from time
and space to form one huge, incredible open world for players to roam
and explore, from the mythical land of Asgard and deep space base of
Knowhere, to the vibrant jungle of Wakanda and the pyramids of Ancient
Egypt. Other Marvel settings revealed in the trailer include the
Coliseum, Hala, Hydra Empire, K’un-lun, Lemuria, Manhattan, Medieval
England, Noir New York, Nueva York, Old West and The Swamp, which will
be joined by Attilan, Kang’s Citadel and Xandar to make up sprawling
open world that is Chronopolis.


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