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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance remaster is coming to the PC tomorrow

Marvel Ultimate Alliance and Ultimate Alliance 2 are getting the remaster treatment this week, with both superhero themed action RPGs coming to Steam, Xbox One and PS4 tomorrow. Marvel Ultimate Alliance first launched way back in 2006 and was well received by fans and critics. It has been quite a few years since the series made headlines but the announcement of these remasters seems to have generated quite a bit of excitement.

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance allowed players to select teams from a large cast of characters. The game featured multiple endings and side missions to help add some replay value to the game. Re-released versions of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 1 & 2 come out on Tuesday, but so far, we haven’t seen any footage of the game running, so we don’t know how much of a visual improvement to expect. The UI improvements have also been confirmed.


The games will be available individually for $39.99 or as a bundle for $59.99. However, we don’t know if this will include all of the additional DLC characters too. Most remasters released these days do include DLC but so far, Activision has not confirmed.

KitGuru Says: We don’t really get many game releases over the Summer so if you’re in the need of something to play, then Ultimate Alliance might end up being a solid purchase. Did any of you play Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1 or 2 back when they came out? 

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