At Comic-Con this weekend, Marvel revealed that it’ll be bringing their action RPGs, Marvel Ultimate Alliance and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, to current-gen and PC this week with a handful of visual improvements.
The games, which are actually launching tomorrow on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, will come either standalone, or as part of a $60 bundle. In terms of improvements, the game’s will be largely the same and should be considered as “definitive editions”, the company revealed.
The only improvements players will be able to see is some slight performance upgrades, some UI and graphical enhancements, as well as making them compatible with modern features on current-gen consoles and PC.
The games will be available for $39.99 each or bundled for $59.99.
Interestingly, Marvel did tease that there could be a future for the series, adding that “anything is possible”.