Ben Brode, the creator of Marvel Snap and co-founder of developer Second Dinner, has opened up about the possibilities of single-player modes for the multiplayer-focused card game.
Speaking to IGN’s Simon Cardy, Brode spoke on the team’s thoughts toward PvE or similar single-player modes, saying so much of what makes Marvel Snap special revolves around multiplayer.
“I don’t know. The game is very different than other card games, right? And so a lot of the fun of the game is the mind games, and trying to kind of imagine what your opponent might do next,” Brode said. “I don’t know. I guess I would say we haven’t done enough thinking about what that might look like to know for sure whether or not we’d be able to do something that’d be really fun in that space.
“I do think there’s a lot of room for new modes. We have a lot of cool ideas for new game modes that are multiplayer modes, but I don’t know about single-player.”
Never say never, but the focus for Brode and Second Dinner appears to be laser-focused on making the best multiplayer experience around. According to our Marvel Snap review, we believe they are on the right track.
“Marvel Snap packs bold ideas, deep gameplay, a punchy presentation and lots of love for Marvel,” IGN’s Cam Shea wrote. “Its approach to building a collection and randomness in gameplay won’t be for everyone, but it’s still well worth playing.”
For more, check out three of Brode’s best Marvel Snap decks, his explanation of the bizarre inclusion of Ego, the location that randomly plays your cards for you, and our full wiki for the Marvel card game.
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Source: IGN Video Games All