After a tease in August that a Marvel-themed VR experience was coming to The Void’s virtual reality centers, the companies have confirmed the name and an unexpectedly near-term release date for the project.
Avengers: Damage Control will launch at The Void on October 18, and bookings are starting today.
Co-developed with ILMxLAB, the Disney studio responsible for Oculus’s Vader Immortal and The Void’s Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire “experiences,” Avengers: Damage Control is an interactive adventure based on a theme millions of fans have been imagining since Marvel Studios’ blockbuster theatrical run of Black Panther.
Shuri — Wakanda’s technological heir apparent to Tony Stark — is testing female and male battle suits combining Wakandan and Iron Man technologies.
You’ll wear one of them inside the VR environment, interacting with Doctor Strange, Ant-Man, the Wasp, and at least one “familiar” villain.
Four people get to experience Damage Control together, enabling a family or group of friends to live out an Avengers fantasy in VR — for a fairly steep price.