Here’s How Characters Are Created For The Marvel Heroes MMO

By Ishaan . February 17, 2013 . 11:00am

Gazillion Entertainment have shared a new developer diary video for their upcoming Marvel Heroes MMO, that gives insight into how characters for the game are designs, right from character modelling to visual effects. Take a look at the developer diary below:

 

 

Marvel Heroes will be released as a free-to-play MMO for PC in 2013.


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  • Klaus00

    Honestly I can’t wait ! Hoping some of our favorites villains will be made playable as well(I’m looking at you Carnage)

  • John Diamond

    I wanna be someone badass. peter porker.

  • TheExile285

    Too bad (for me) this isn’t coming to PS3 :/

  • Crevox

    In my opinion this game isn’t getting the quality it deserves. : Seems like DC put more effort into their game, but it’s just my opinion (I have played neither).

    • http://twitter.com/Vietgeta VietGeta

      Yeah, from the looks, this just looks like what a console game should be with network co-op. The fact that it’s not character creation, makes it not really that “MMO”ish.

      I was hoping it’d have its own little alternate reality story like DCUO did. Because that’d fit the Marvel world more than it did DC. A world full of mutants? Choosing a side to be good or bad?

      • Crevox

        Yeah, honestly just seems like a poor version of xmen legends crossed with diablo.

  • Sylveria

    DCUO makes you a side-kick and Marvel doesn’t even let you play an original character. I don’t think the people who make Super Hero MMOs really get what attracts people to them.

    There’s something to be said for letting you kinda customize the look of a pre-existing hero, but if you can do that, why not allow people to make their own and create a game world where you can earn your place among the big boys.

    • Christopher Nunes

      I agree… that’s why I have no interest in this game. I would LOVE to make my own hero in the Marvel universe and have Spider-Man as a mentor character, kinda like in DCUO, but this… why would I play as existing heroes with changable equipment? You can do that on their OWN games…

      I really don’t understand why they went in this direction.

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