Credit: Twitter

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As part of an agreement between Marvel and popular video game developer EA Sports, a new Black Panther video game has been revealed. A "long-term" agreement between EA Sports and Marvel will see the publisher produce at least three action-adventure games for consoles and the PC.

After the news of Motive Studio working on an Iron Man-focused project, Cliffhanger Games has announced a standalone game featuring the African superhero as the main character in the action-adventure game that will be released soon.

A brand-new EA studio named Cliffhanger Games in Seattle is working on the single-player action-adventure game based on Marvel's Black Panther. Although EA did not provide any screenshots or gameplay for this Black Panther game, it did state that it was a unique, single-player, third-person experience created in collaboration with Marvel Games.

Kevin Stephens, who oversaw Monolith Productions' studio operations throughout the creation of the Shadow of Mordor franchise, is in charge of the project. In addition to veterans of Halo Infinite, God of War, and Call of Duty, EA claimed that other people who worked on Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor are already a part of Cliffhanger.

“We’re dedicated to delivering fans a definitive and authentic Black Panther experience, giving them more agency and control over their narrative than they have ever experienced in a story-driven video game,” Kevin Stephens said in an interaction.

“Wakanda is a rich superhero sandbox, and our mission is to develop an epic world for players who love Black Panther and want to explore the world of Wakanda as much as we do,” Stephens added further.

Although the project is still in its early stages, Seattle-based Cliffhanger Games plans to hire over the next few years. The unnamed Captain America and Black Panther-centered project from Skydance New Media, which is set during World War II, is independent of EA's Black Panther game. Talking about the cinematic future of Black Panther, following the events of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever from a year ago, it is currently unknown when we will see Black Panther again in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.