- The Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness teaser shattered the internet, and the film may continue to dazzle fans with its tributes to video games in the coming weeks and months, too.
As soon as the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness teaser debuted during the Super Bowl, Marvel fans have been talking about it constantly. There’s good reason for this, as the footage appears to significantly broaden the scope of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Savage Land, the Illuminati, Professor X, and a Captain Marvel variation were all hinted at with Scarlet Witch as a villain. It’s possible that this is how Captain Carter from What If…? is introduced in the film, as the teaser featured a quick frame that seemed like it was taken from an animated universe To be fair, the poster does have a hint of Captain Carter’s shield disguised in it, which makes this a more realistic scenario. There’s a good chance that Marvel’s best-known games could garner some attention if the animation and comic book universes are included in the final product.
A Daredevil Game should resemble Sifu in terms of gameplay style.
Video Game Cameos in MCU Comic Book Video Game History Past Homologations
Insomniac’s Spider-Man appears to be the most likely candidate to feature in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Many people have fallen in love with the unusual design of the Advanced suit and its signature white spider. Spider-Man: No Way Home has proved that numerous Peter Parkers aren’t something to shy away from, thus another one might be added. A live-action Spider-Verse feature might be a way to incorporate the video game version of Spider-Man into the MCU’s multi-movie plot. Additionally, this could be a good time to unveil Insomniac’s take on the character, giving fans a taste of what an MCU Miles might look like in the future. Spider-Gwen and Spider-Man 2099 are just two of the many Spiders who have yet to be introduced, so the wall-crawler should remain the focus of attention while the multiverse hijinks take place.
With Marvel’s Wolverine on the way.
the potential to see some MCU characters in the Spider-Man universe or the other way around may be on the horizon. We’d be happy if Insomniac’s take on Logan became as popular as its portrayals of Peter Parker and Miles Morales in the MCU. There’s no reason why he couldn’t appear as a live-action version of himself in a yellow and blue or yellow and brown costume. Due to the rapid development and release of new Marvel video games, there is no end to the number of possible video game references. To pay homage to the video game versions of the Guardians of the Galaxy, which are expected to be the last appearance of the original team, might be a sad moment for fans. Amy Hennig’s Marvel project is still up in the air, but her previous work guarantees that it will be a well-liked character that merits a spot in the MCU. A video game cameo in the MCU is obviously not a certainty. With the hint of an animated universe in the upcoming Doctor Strange film, it now looks more likely than ever. Spidey making an appearance in a cameo would be an exciting moment for both Insomniac Games and fans of the Marvel universe, even if a role as significant as Patrick Stewart’s Charles Xavier is improbable.