In 2018, former Hearthstone left director Ben Brode and several of his associates Blizzard and founded a new company, now known as Second Dinner. The Indie studio has announced that work has begun on its first title, and it will be a Marvel game.
Second Dinner has received a $ 30 million investment from NetEase, which will go towards supporting the studio as it develops this first game. Second Dinner has not revealed details of the Marvel game; An advertising video, however, revealed that the studio has been working on the title for six months and already has a working prototype.
The new indie studio currently consists of Hamilton Chu, Ben Brode, Mike Schweitzer, Yong Woo and Jomaro Kindred, who each had a hand in creating Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft. Several of their CVs also include other games, such as Halo 2 and Diablo III.
Marvel had a pretty good 2018, especially when it comes to Spider-Man release on PS4 – one of our favorite games for the year. However, the company also saw great success with its films, with both live action movies like Avengers: Infinity War and animated as Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse receives broad critical recognition.
Looking forward to, 2019 sees the release of the long-awaited Avengers: Endgame and Captain Marvel. The author of the Marvel comedian also goes down and transmits the series to some new ones, which makes a new story to Kamala Khan called The Magnificent Ms. Marvel. A sequel to the beloved Ultimate Alliance video game franchise, entitled Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, also comes out. And even though we haven't heard anything about it for a while, Square Enix Marvel's game, codenamed The Avengers Project, remains to look forward to.