A Black Panther open-world game is reportedly being developed by Electronic Arts

Aug 19, 2022

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A video game being developed by EA will follow a brand-new Black Panther in Wakanda.

A Black Panther video game is apparently being developed by Electronic Arts, but T’Challa won’t be wearing the Vibranium armor. Journalist Jeff Grubb of Giant Bomb claims that the upcoming Marvel videogame would have a new protagonist dressing up to defend Wakanda after the previous Black Panther’s demise.

Grubb added that the project is being worked on by EA’s brand-new Seattle gaming company, which is being run by Kevin Stephens, a former employee of Monolith Productions (Middle-Earth: Shadow of War). This single-player-focused game, which will be developed by Respawn Entertainment and distributed by EA, hopes to build on the success of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

The project, according to Grubb, is an open-world game in its very early stages of development that follows a Wakandan hero who must overcome numerous obstacles in order to dress as the new Black Panther after the original Black Panther perishes at the start of the game. Grubb’s claim is supported by previous confirmation that an open-world adventure game is being developed by EA’s Seattle branch.

Though it’s still in the early stages of development, don’t anticipate being able to play this Black Panther game anytime soon. Given that Marvel Studios’ sequel Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be seen in theaters later this November, EA would have been fortunate to release the game at this time.

The first trailer for Wakanda Forever debuted over the weekend and has received 172 million views in only one day. Wakanda and Black Panther fandom excitement has reached a new high, but EA’s game won’t be able to capitalize on that for a few more years.

Link to new movie trailer: https://youtu.be/RlOB3UALvrQ

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