Marvel Introduces Kamala Khan, First Muslim American Superhero In a Video Game

Marvel Introduces Kamala Khan, First Muslim American Superhero In a Video Game

Ms Marvel, aka Kamala Khan is voiced by Sandra Saad. Marvel has plans to expand Ms Marvel into Avengers universe ina film as well

There has been much hype about Marvel's first ever Pakistani-American superhero Kamala Khan aka Ms Marvel. While the superhero franchise giant announced that the teenager will be launched in November, looks like we have a first look of Ms Marvel in a recently launched Avengers game.Khan is the sixth playable character for upcoming video game Marvel's Avengers. She's the one to get the team back together. Ms Marvel was voiced by Sandra Saad, a Pakistani-American.

Her character was revealed in a new trailer for the anticipated comic book title set to launch May 15, 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google's Stadia and PC.

Developer Crystal Dynamics revealed Ms Marvel on Friday during a panel at the New York Comic Con. In the two minute trailer, we see a young Kamala Khan introducing herself to Thor, when the events of New York City attacks takes place. A trailer for the hero shows that she received her powers when exposed to mysterious Terrigen Gas following a Helicarrier explosion that supposedly killed Captain America.

Five years later, a teenager Khan comes across evidence showing a conspiracy behind the events of that day.

Talking about her superpowers, Khan's hidden Inhuman polymorph powers manifest allowing her to stretch her body.

“Telling our story of Kamala’s coming-of-age brings a fresh, hopeful perspective to the gameplay experience and her unique abilities as Ms. Marvel make her a character every person can relate to and will want to play," said Shaun Escayg, creative director and writer at Crystal Dynamics. "Kamala Khan is one of the unique characters that makes our game stand apart from any Avengers story experienced before.”

"I think Kamala is a perfect fit for a game like this, since she sees the Marvel world the same way we do as fans and players," added G. Willow Wilson, co-creator of Ms. Marvel. "Kamala allows us to imagine what we ourselves would do if we suddenly discovered we had superpowers and got to stand alongside our heroes in their time of greatest need."