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AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 4, 2020
In an effort to develop an army of enhanced troops during World War II, a secret initiative of the US government injected Steve Rogers with an experimental Super-Soldier Serum, granting him the peak potential of human strength, endurance, and dexterity. Donning a red, white & blue uniform and armed with a Vibranium shield, Rogers fought the Axis Powers as Captain America, a defender of the innocent, and the Living Legend of World War II. Accidentally frozen in ice at the end of the war, Rogers’ body was recovered and thawed out by the Avengers, who he then joined and eventually led. Following the traumatic events of A-Day, the Avengers are shattered by his shocking sacrifice.
You want more destruction with your Super Heroes? You’ve got it. With a high-end Intel powered PC, you can finally see exactly how much more damage these kinds of awesome abilities can deal. More armor shards, in more detail, with more destruction, flying in more pieces and places. As you see the fallout from every powerful blow, stomp, blast or smash, you’ll always feel like you are in the thick of the action, making every battle experience one you soon won’t forget.
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