It's no secret that Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War will mean the end for an Avenger -- according to directors Joe and Anthony Russo -- and the new trailer has a hint to who that unlucky character might be.
Warning: potential spoilers ahead!
The latest trailer for Avengers: Infinity War features Captain America facing off against Thanos, which is pulled directly from the Infinity Gauntlet comic that the movie is heavily inspired by. Unfortunately, if things go the way they did in the comics, then it could be Cap's last stand.
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The Avengers are back in the latest Infinity War trailer, so IGN’s Marvel experts have assembled to break down all the details frame by frame.
There’s a lot to unpack here and a lot to get excited about, so watch the full video above or scroll through the slideshow below...
That’s everything we found in the new Avengers: Infinity War trailer. But there's more where that came from...
Are you wondering where Hawkeye is in the trailer? So are we! Curious as to why Thanos wants to kill half the universe?! We got you covered. Or maybe you just want to check out all the info we got on the film while visiting the Infinity War set.
SEGA released a cryptic teaser for a new racing game during its Sonic the Hedgehog panel at SXSW.
The short teaser trailer showcases brief glimpses of a car before highlighting a stylized "R" in the word racing. Check out the teaser below:
Back in January, a leaked internal presentation suggested Sumo Digital, the developers of Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, were working on a new karting game. SEGA PR and social media manager Aaron Webber later shot down rumors of a new Sonic and All-Stars Racing game being in the works.
The title of the YouTube video provides no further detail, as it's simply labeled "Top Secret."
For a limited time, those who purchase an Xbox One X will receive a free digital copy of Sea of Thieves.
As detailed on Xbox Wire, the promotion will run from March 18 through March 24 in "most Xbox markets." The Xbox One X costs $500 USD on its own.
Additionally, Microsoft will also offer a Sea of Thieves Xbox One S bundle. Priced at $300 USD, the bundle will launch alongside the game on March 20 and comes with a digital copy of Sea of Thieves, an Xbox One controller, a 1TB Xbox One S console, and one-month subscriptions to both Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass. You can pre-order the bundle here.
An updated physical release of Sonic Mania titled Sonic Mania Plus has been revealed, complete with new playable characters and modes.
SEGA announced the edition during the SXSW Sonic the Hedgehog panel and later posted to the Sonic the Hedgehog Twitter feed. The new edition is coming in Summer 2018.
The updated game will feature an all-new four player competition mode, as well as an "Encore Mode." No details about the new modes have been revealed so far.
Tomb Raider producer Graham King has revealed why the production team felt an Angelina Jolie cameo appearance wouldn't work in the new Tomb Raider movie reboot.
In an interview with CinemaBlend, King explained the film doesn't have a story moment that justifies having Jolie suddenly show up and interact with the new Lara Croft, Alicia Vikander.
"It was never a story that had that moment where you could, you know what I mean?" King said. "Pass the baton over."
Jolie portrayed Lara Croft in 2001's Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and 2003's Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life. Warner Bros. still wanted to find a way to include Jolie, according to King, but he and the rest of the team ultimately decided against it for fear of ruining the reboot's different tone.
Black Panther's Dora Milaje, the elite force of female protectors in Wakanda, are getting their own comic book series.
Marvel editor Wil Moss announced Wakanda Forever on Twitter, a collection of one-shot comics featuring the Dora Milaje teaming up with various Marvel superheroes, including Spider-Man. The three-part story is written by Nnedi Okorafor with art by Alberto Alburquerque.
Amazing Spider-Man: Wakanda Forever cover, image via Twitter.
After the release of the exciting new Avengers: Infinity War trailer, fans are wondering why some of their favorite heroes like Hawkeye and Ant-Man are missing from the new promotional content. Just in case you missed the new trailer, you can check it out below:
During an Avengers: Infinity War set visit, directors Anthony and Joe Russo stated Hawkeye will be on a solo journey and won't be featured in most of the scenes with the rest of the cast. Without any further context, it's difficult to surmise what exactly he'll be doing, but it's nice to know that they haven't abandoned the legendary archer.
Plot details for Westworld Season 2 have been kept tightly under wraps since the show ended its freshman season in December 2016, but between the intriguing Super Bowl trailer and these newly-released photos, we're starting to get a vague sense of what we can expect when the show returns on April 22.
First, check out the 11 new images below.
Some of these photos confirm what we already suspected, assumed or gleaned from the trailers, like Dolores and Teddy joining forces to get revenge on the guests, and gunslingers like the Man in Black and Hector still looking badass and ominous. But the new photos also tee up some interesting character interactions and alliances, as well as some clues about where our heroes are heading in Season 2.