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Gamescom 2014: Gazillion CEO David Brevik to Unveil the Future of Marvel Heroes 2015 - Presentation & Interview Slots Available Now.

2015 marked a massive year for Gazillion’s Marvel Heroes franchise, with the launch of Marvel Heroes 2015 in June and the recent launch of the open beta on Mac. At Gamescom 2014, the Gazillion team will be out in force and we are now booking appointments with media to meet with Gazillion CEO David Brevik, who prior to joining Gazillion was the Co-founder of Blizzard North and the creator of Diablo and Diablo II.

During presentations, David will talk through the Marvel Heroes 2015 roadmap and cover future features and game modes that will be implemented, alongside the ever-expanding superhero roster.  

Presentations will take place every 30 mins (on the hour and 30 mins past) during the following days and times) at the GDC Business Booth.

To book an appointment please email Chris Clarke at: chris@planofattack.biz

Wednesday 13th August - 10am - 6pm

Thursday 14th August - 10am - 6pm

Friday 15th August - 10am - 6pm

What is Marvel Heroes 2015?

Marvel Heroes 2015 is a new launch for the Marvel Heroes brand coinciding with a one-year anniversary milestone on June 4th and it highlights all the new game content added since launch. Marvel Heroes 2015 also includes even more game content, including end-game raids, alternate advancement systems and other various additions. For Gazillion, it's a new release and a challenge to continue adding more content and improvements than any other iterative release on Earth.

 

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