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She-Hulk Apparently Headed to Marvel’s Avengers, Voiced by Krizia Bajos

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Twitter user Miller, who has accurately leaked Marvel’s Avengers content in the past, has revealed that Jennifer Walters a.k.a She-Hulk is headed to the game and will be voiced by veteran voice actress Krizia Bajos.

Interestingly, the tweet below was briefly quote tweeted by Bajos, who added a green heart to it. However, she later removed the tweet, presumably because it was seen as confirmation of the report before Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix made an official announcement.

Folks over at MP1st reached out to Miller, who told the website that She-Hulk is “definitely not the last character” coming to Marvel’s Avengers. However, he isn’t sure if she’s next in line or not.

“The content release schedule shakeup that pushed her into 2022 brought with it some surprises from outside of the established rumors,” Miller added. “Expect the unexpected!”

Despite a lackluster critic reception and commercial performance, Crystal Dynamics continues to support Marvel’s Avengers with new content and updates, although some of the updates have left prayers frustrated. It remains to be seen if the game can redeem itself à la No Man’s Sky.

For its part, Square Enix believes it made the wrong choice picking Crystal Dynamics to lead a live service project – something the studio isn’t experienced with.

We’ll update our readers when She-Hulk is officially announced for Marvel’s Avengers. Considering Miller’s track record and Bajos’ retweet, we’re positive the character is in the pipeline.

The post She-Hulk Apparently Headed to Marvel’s Avengers, Voiced by Krizia Bajos appeared first on PlayStation LifeStyle.


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