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NOTE: To avoid multiple identical entries, most appearances are only listed once, in their introductory chapter

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Synopsis

The game is set during an event called "The Convergence" in which multiple alternate reality Earths are colliding with each other.[1]

Appearing in "Prologue"

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Synopsis of "Prologue"

The Earths of two realities are about to collide, with only a little over an hour for the Convergence to take place. Debris is falling between the two planets, ravaging one world's Manhattan. Star-Lord flies through the streets. After saving a woman from falling debris, he witnesses the destruction of the Avengers Tower in the distance. A holographic projection of Iron Man appears to remind Quill to stay focused on the mission. Star-Lord mentions a device of Stark's and Hank Pym's invention to stop the Convergence, and Stark points out both Earths are under the threat of A.I.M.'s anti-matter bomb. Star-Lord makes his way through the chaos until he spots a squad of A.I.M. agents. After defeating them, Quill finds himself at the mercy of a collapsing building since his jet boots are malfunctioning. Black Widow saves him, drops him off, and tells him to head to their meeting point.

Reaching the rooftops, Black Widow defeats more A.I.M. agents. She drops to the ground to confront a unit of A.I.M. soldiers that is guarding the anti-matter bomb. After defeating them, but before she can secure the device, she's knocked down by a grenade and surrounded by more agents. Storm descends from the sky and Widow takes cover while she defeats the A.I.M. troopers, including a giant mecha. As Storm tends to Black Widow, they are surrounded by another unit which is spearheaded by M.O.D.O.K., who insists that A.I.M. intends to save their Earth, even if it means destroying the other. When A.I.M. opens fire at the two heroes, a drone suddenly appears and manifests an energy shield in front of them. Iron Man arrives and defeats the A.I.M. soldiers with Storm's help. M.O.D.O.K. escapes with the anti-matter bomb and Iron Man gives chase. Stark knocks M.O.D.O.K. into a rooftop and fights him. The villain is defeated, but an alternate version of himself, K.D.O.O.M., comes to his help, blasting Iron Man away. Spider-Man appears and catches Iron Man with a webline. K.D.O.O.M. and M.O.D.O.K. escape with the anti-matter bomb, and Spider-Man goes in their pursuit since Iron Man's armor has been damaged. Spider-Man finds the two villains have gathered with a third counterpart, K.M.O.O.D., and have loaded the anti-matter bomb into a device to detonate it. Spider-Man uses a web to yank the bomb's vial core out of it, and swings away. He manages to evade K.M.O.O.D and K.D.O.O.M., but M.O.D.O.K. blindsides the hero and blasts him away, making him drop the vial. Before Spider-Man plummets into the ground, he is saved by Captain Marvel. She fights M.O.D.O.K. and K.D.O.O.M., and after defeating them she notices K.M.O.O.D. had retrieved the vial and went back to activate the bomb. She punches him into a building and removes the core, depowering the machine.

Convergence

Dodging attacks from the other two M.O.D.O.K.s, Captain Marvel finds herself at the front of the Sanctum Sanctorum. Doctor Strange appears and incapacitates the villains with magic. Numerous A.I.M. troopers and mechas arrive and surround the two heroes, including K.M.O.O.D. Reinforcements arrive for the heroes either on their own or via portals conjured by Strange, including agents of Omega Flight and Captain America, leading to a fight between A.I.M. and the heroes. Although A.I.M.'s forces are overwhelmed, K.M.O.O.D. retrieves the vial from one of his fallen agents and flees. The Vision appears and wrestles the vial out of K.M.O.O.D.'S hands, hurling the villain into a portal cast by Strange that leaves him stranded in a desert. Vision takes the vial to an Omega Flight station where Hank Pym is overseeing the activation of the Convergence Engines, which he hopes can reverse the Convergence. The device blasts a beam of energy into the colliding Earth. The chaos continues as the device is failing to synchronize, and the heroes assemble at the scene. Vision suggests using his density-altering powers in tandem with the Convergence Engines to bring the colliding worlds together more harmoniously. Taking the antimatter vial from an Omega Flight agent, Vision flies into the energy beam. Warning the heroes that the Earth will be born anew, he asks them to take care of it. Once Vision assimilated the vial, the energy beam becomes stronger and the two worlds are enveloped by purple lines as they are drawn closer, and a light flashes.

Months later, Omega Flight agents are stationed on a facility. Hank Pym approaches Tony Stark and asks for a status on Primary Earth. Stark explains that despite the shifting landscape of the new planet, they have identified a number of new Earths that have merged with their own such as Xandearth, where the planet became a refuge for immigrants from Xandar, and Midgardia, where Asgardians had built a shared kingdom. Nick Fury intercepts them to remind them that they have also absorbed entire regions that could end up as potential threats, referring to Hydra Empire and Sakaar. Pym expresses that it could be worse, since the world's entire existence hinges on Vision, who has become fused to some kind of machinery and is being monitored by Omega Flight. The local heroes' own region has been rechristened New Stark City. Fury warns Tony and Hank that they'll need to keep fighting if they want to end this crisis for good, and only Omega Flight is up for such task. When Fury asks how many forces they've recruited, Captain America and the other heroes appear, and he suggests to gather more soldiers.

Appearing in "Chapter 1: Assemble"

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  • A.I.M. (First appearance) (Enter: The Ace and Enter: The Genius)
  • Raft inmates (First appearance) (Controlled by Baron Mordo in Enter: The Doctor) (Enter: The Doctor and Enter: The Goddess)
    • Prisoner-28291 (First appearance) (Enter: The Goddess)
  • Baron Mordo (Karl Mordo) (First appearance) (Enter: The Doctor)
  • Magneto (Erik Lehnsherr) (First appearance) (Enter: The Goddess)
  • Hydra (Hydramerica) (First appearance) (Enter: The Soldier and Enter: The Spider)
    • Red Skull (Hydramerica) (First appearance) (Enter: The Soldier)
    • Hydra Soldiers (Enter: The Soldier and Enter: The Spider)
  • Oscorp (First appearance) (Enter: The Spider)
  • The Hand (First appearance) (Enter: The Spy)
  • Dinosaurs (First appearance) (Enter: The Guardian)
    • Compsognathuses (First appearance) (Enter: The Guardian)
    • Raptors (First appearance) (Enter: The Guardian)
    • Alpha Raptor (First appearance) (Enter: The Guardian)
    • T-Rex (First appearance) (Enter: The Guardian)
    • Quetzalcoatluses (First appearance) (Enter: The Guardian)
  • Ancient Groot (Enter: The Guardian)
  • Sentinels (First appearance) (Enter: The Goddess)
  • Demons of Limbo

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  • Earth-TRN882 (First appearance) (Enter: The Genius, Enter: The Doctor, Enter: The Goddess and Enter: The Ace)
    • Earth (Enter: The Genius, Enter: The Doctor, Enter: The Goddess and Enter: The Ace)
    • United States of America (First appearance) (Enter: The Doctor and Enter: The Goddess)
      • Raft (First appearance) (Enter: The Doctor and Enter: The Goddess)
        • Prison Complex A (First appearance) (Enter: The Goddess)
        • Prison Complex B (First appearance) (Enter: The Doctor)
      • A.I.M. Base (First appearance) (Enter: The Genius and Enter: The Ace)
        • Advanced Weaponry Lab (First appearance) (Enter: The Genius)
        • Interdimensional Teleportation Hangar (First appearance) (Enter: The Ace)
  • Hydramerica (First appearance) (Enter: The Soldier and Enter: The Spider)
    • Hydramerica (First appearance) (Enter: The Soldier and Enter: The Spider)
      • Hydra Logistics Base (First appearance) (Enter: The Soldier)
      • New York City (First appearance) (Enter: The Spider)
        • Midtown (First appearance) (Enter: The Spider)
  • Savage Shadowland (First appearance) (Enter: The Spy and Enter: The Guardian)
    • Earth (First appearance) (Enter: The Spy and Enter: The Guardian)
      • Savage Shadowland (First appearance) (Enter: The Spy and Enter: The Guardian)
        • Hand Ninja Castle (First appearance) (Enter: The Spy)
  • Earth-TRN943
  • Earth-TRN883

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Synopsis of "Chapter 1: Assemble"

Enter: The Soldier

In Hydramerica, an Oscorp convoy moves into a fortified Hydra Logistics Base. Captain America drops in, takes down Hydra sentries and fights his way deeper into the base. Reaching the harbor's entrance, Rogers is surrounded by more soldiers, but he defeats them. Hydra unloads a giant cannon out of the Oscorp truck and loads it into a ship. Rushing toward the cargo, Captain America defeats more soldiers and destroys a Hydra Dreadnought. Reaching the ship's deck, Rogers encounters a group of Hydra soldiers guarding a captured Winter Soldier. After defeating the Hydra troops but before he can free Bucky, Captain America is confronted by the Red Skull. Rogers knocks down the Red Skull, but the villain taunts him as Oscorp's cannon activates and fires at the Winter Soldier. Captain America gets in the way of the blasts and blocks it with his shield, diverting it to a Red Skull statue and decapitating it. Steve frees Bucky, but the Red Skull has escaped while he was distracted. A portal opens behind the two heroes, and the Captain America of New Stark City arrives from inside it. He invites his counterpart to join him, and the two Captains America head into the portal to Primary Earth.

Arriving at the Omega Flight Headquarters, New Stark City's Captain America invites his counterpart into Omega Flight. Courtney Fraser welcomes Steve aboard, and tells him to find Hank Pym for more information. Pym introduces Captain America to the concept of the Primary Earth. He explains that thanks to Vision's sacrifice, Omega Flight had time to research ways to maintain the Primary Earth's status quo, locating the unique frequencies emitted from his body and creating the Vision Core to boost them and keep a harmonic balance between the merged worlds and prevent more Earths from converging. Pym warns that the Convergence is still happening to Earths in other dimensions and will find its way to Primary Earth again, but Omega Flight has set out to figure out the Convergence's origin and how to prevent another one. He then tells Captain America to find Tony Stark for further questions.

Enter: The Ace

In a planet in space, Captain Marvel is fighting a horde of Outriders. After defeating them, a portal appears behind Carol and swallows her. She wakes up in the Interdimensional Teleportation Hangar of an A.I.M. base and fights her way through her captors until she finds a person inside one of many prison tubes. After freeing the prisoner, Carol decides to investigate A.I.M.'s research. Continuing fighting enemy forces, Carol spots a device flowing with massive amounts of energy on her way to A.I.M.'s control room. Looking into A.I.M.'s research, Carol discovers she is standing on the Earth of a different dimension than her own. On her way to a testing facility, Captain Marvel takes down more of A.I.M.'S forces, freeing another prisoner and destroying an A.I.M. Destroyer mecha. Inside the testing facility, Carol finds a dimensional gateway, and as she investigates it, the room is shut closed. The Scientist Supreme, Monica Rappaccini, approaches Carol, explaining that her abduction tested the way she has found to lock onto cosmic energy sources and bring them to her dimension. After defeating Rappaccini, Carol prepares to destroy A.I.M.'s dimensional gateway, but out the Captain Marvel of New Stark City emerges out of another portal and stops her. She warns her counterpart about a bigger threat than A.I.M., and the two Captains Marvel head into the portal to Primary Earth.

Arriving at the Omega Flight Headquarters, New Stark City's Captain Marvel invites her counterpart into Omega Flight. Courtney Fraser welcomes Carol aboard, and tells her to find Hank Pym for more information. Pym introduces Captain Marvel to the concept of the Primary Earth. He explains that thanks to Vision's sacrifice, Omega Flight had time to research ways to maintain the Primary Earth's status quo, locating the unique frequencies emitted from his body and creating the Vision Core to boost them and keep a harmonic balance between the merged worlds and prevent more Earths from converging. Pym warns that the Convergence is still happening to Earths in other dimensions and will find its way to Primary Earth again, but Omega Flight has set out to figure out the Convergence's origin and how to prevent another one. He then tells Captain Marvel to find Tony Stark for further questions.

Enter: The Spider

Spider-Man contemplates Hydramerica from a rooftop when his spider-sense alerts him of an Oscorp convoy speeding through the streets. Defeating Hydra forces, Spider-Man follows the truck until he is intercepted by the Green Goblin, who is also on its pursuit of what Hydra has stolen. He prioritizes defeating Spider-Man, but the Web-Slinger fends drives him off. Spider-Man continues his pursuing, defeating Oscorp guards in the process. Reaching the front of a Hydra building, the Green Goblin attempts again to kill Spider-Man, and during the fight he is taken over by a symbiote, becoming the Red Goblin. After a battle, the symbiote begins to reject Osborn, prompting him to flee. As Spider-Man laments that he has lost the truck, the Spider-Man of New Stark City emerges from a portal and approaches him. He invites his counterpart to join him, and the two Spider-Men head into the portal to Primary Earth.

Arriving at the Omega Flight Headquarters, New Stark City's Spider-Man invites his counterpart into Omega Flight. Courtney Fraser welcomes Peter aboard, and tells him to find Hank Pym for more information. Pym introduces Spider-Man to the concept of the Primary Earth. He explains that thanks to Vision's sacrifice, Omega Flight had time to research ways to maintain the Primary Earth's status quo, locating the unique frequencies emitted from his body and creating the Vision Core to boost them and keep a harmonic balance between the merged worlds and prevent more Earths from converging. Pym warns that the Convergence is still happening to Earths in other dimensions and will find its way to Primary Earth again, but Omega Flight has set out to figure out the Convergence's origin and how to prevent another one. He then tells Spider-Man to find Tony Stark for further questions.

Enter: The Spy

Black Widow infiltrates the Savage Shadowland and interrogates a Hand ninja about the location of a group of abducted children to no avail. She is spotted and fights her way through enemies. Delving deeper into the grounds of the Hand Ninja Castle through its roofs, Romanoff takes down more ninja and evades their traps. Finding two children fighting each other in the castle's training grounds, Natasha is reminded of her past and vows to never allow children to be turned into weapons anymore. Natasha spots a caged dinosaur and sets up explosives next to its cage. She then reveals herself to a Elite Hand Ninja and detonates the explosives, freeing the creature. The monster wreaks havoc and takes down the Hand's forces. Before it can endanger the child recruits, Black Widow mounts the dinosaur and electrocutes it. The Elite Hand Ninja orders the children to leave and confronts Black Widow, but he and his subordinates are defeated. Investigating a suspicious wall sculpture, Natasha opens a secret passage leading her to the Hand Ninja Castle, and she defeats more elite ninja. The Hand's child recruits standing in front of the castle prepare to confront Natasha, and to her surprise, she is approached by The Hand's leader, Daredevil. He tells her that the planet has become a savage place that isn't safe beyond the walls of the castle, and assures that the children will only survive if they become warriors. After Black Widow puts Daredevil in the ropes, the children step between him and Black Widow. Matt decides to let them decide whether to stay or not, and the children follow him back into the castle despite Natasha's pleas. A portal opens behind Natasha, and the Black Widow of New Stark City arrives from within. She warns her counterpart of a multiversal threat and the two Black Widows walk into the portal to Primary Earth.

Arriving at the Omega Flight Headquarters, New Stark City's Black Widow invites her counterpart into Omega Flight. Courtney Fraser welcomes Natasha aboard, and tells her to find Hank Pym for more information. Pym introduces Black Widow to the concept of the Primary Earth. He explains that thanks to Vision's sacrifice, Omega Flight had time to research ways to maintain the Primary Earth's status quo, locating the unique frequencies emitted from his body and creating the Vision Core to boost them and keep a harmonic balance between the merged worlds and prevent more Earths from converging. Pym warns that the Convergence is still happening to Earths in other dimensions and will find its way to Primary Earth again, but Omega Flight has set out to figure out the Convergence's origin and how to prevent another one. He then tells Black Widow to find Tony Stark for further questions.

Enter: The Genius

Iron Man blasts into an A.I.M. weaponry laboratory, knocking out A.I.M. agents. He flies through the facility, defeating more A.I.M. troops. He notices A.I.M. is mass-producing a series of giant mechas and tries to gather data on them, but finds the need to look further. Reaching A.I.M.'s main control system, Stark accesses it and discovers they're building armor based on his designs. He heads to the assembly hangar, and encounters M.O.D.O.K. and two A.I.M. Vanguards based on his technology. Stark defeats them and corners M.O.D.O.K., revealing that he has purged all of his data from A.I.M.'s systems. A sudden energy spike distracts Iron Man, giving M.O.D.O.K. the chance to escape. The Iron Man of New Stark City arrives from a portal, and warns his counterpart of a multiversal threat. The two Iron Men fly into the portal to Primary Earth.

Arriving at the Omega Flight Headquarters, New Stark City's Iron Man invites his counterpart into Omega Flight. Courtney Fraser welcomes Stark aboard, and tells him to find Hank Pym for more information. Pym introduces Iron Man to the concept of the Primary Earth. He explains that thanks to Vision's sacrifice, Omega Flight had time to research ways to maintain the Primary Earth's status quo, locating the unique frequencies emitted from his body and creating the Vision Core to boost them and keep a harmonic balance between the merged worlds and prevent more Earths from converging. Pym warns that the Convergence is still happening to Earths in other dimensions and will find its way to Primary Earth again, but Omega Flight has set out to figure out the Convergence's origin and how to prevent another one. He then tells Iron Man to find the local Tony Stark for further questions.

Enter: The Doctor

A riot is taking place at the Raft, and the prisoners have overwhelmed the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents on the scene. Doctor Strange emerges from a portal and uses magic to neutralize some inmates, but notices both that something is disrupting his magic and that something is making the prisoners more violent. Attending to injured agent Ryan Rees, Strange learns that there was a loud noise in the engine room before chaos broke out. Fighting his way through to the engine room, Strange realizes the inmates are under Baron Mordo's mind-control. As he neutralizes more inmates, Strange disables three devices that had been interfering with his magic, and then erects magic barriers to contain the chaos. Once he arrives to the confinement ward after defeating more prisoners, Strange finds Mordo conjuring a giant orb of dark magic. Strange warns him against harnessing such power, but Mordo absorbs it. The two sorcerers fight and Strange ultimately overpowers Mordo, so the villain escapes through a portal. The Doctor Strange of New Stark City appears through another portal, and invites his counterpart to see a new threat to face. Although hesitant at first, Doctor Strange joins his New Stark City counterpart into the portal to Primary Earth.

Arriving at the Omega Flight Headquarters, New Stark City's Doctor Strange invites his counterpart into Omega Flight. Courtney Fraser welcomes Stephen aboard, and tells him to find Hank Pym for more information. Pym introduces Doctor Strange to the concept of the Primary Earth. He explains that thanks to Vision's sacrifice, Omega Flight had time to research ways to maintain the Primary Earth's status quo, locating the unique frequencies emitted from his body and creating the Vision Core to boost them and keep a harmonic balance between the merged worlds and prevent more Earths from converging. Pym warns that the Convergence is still happening to Earths in other dimensions and will find its way to Primary Earth again, but Omega Flight has set out to figure out the Convergence's origin and how to prevent another one. He then tells Doctor Strange to find Tony Stark for further questions.

Enter: The Guardian

Star-Lord arrives on the Savage Shadowland and traverses its landscape using a scanner to track down Groot. Approaching a fortress, Star-Lord drives off a group of Compsognathus that attack him, but he has to chase one that takes off with his scanner, and is forced to fight more of them. He retrieves the scanner but it's getting multiple readings for Groot, making Quill think that it's been broken. When a pack of Velociraptor surround a group of natives, Star-Lord uses a smoke bomb to scare them away, but his scanner starts beeping, alerting the creatures. Quill takes down the raptors and their alpha. One of the locals, Jekug, thanks Quill and explains they had fallen to the raptors' grasp while trying to rescue their friends who had been captured by Saurians. Quill offers to help out and heads into the Saurian tribe. He uses a hologram projector to cast a holographic image of himself to lure the Saurians away and free the humans from their cages. Saurians arrive and Star-Lord defeats them and their chief. The chief flees as the Saurians release a rampaging mutated T-Rex, but he's knocked down by it. After Star-Lord takes down the dinosaur, he notices the natives running away in fear, and fails to interpret that a female native is warning him of an incoming mutated Quetzalcoatlus. The dinosaur lunges at Star-Lord and the native and snatches them. Quill fires at the creature, causing it to drop both of them. Star-Lord catches the native and then defeats the dinosaur. Quill parts ways with the native, Nasati, who warns him about trees that watch in the area. Quill thinks she might be referring to Groot and resues his search. A group of Flora colossi emerge from the ground and attack him, but Quill defeats them. He is then confronted by a pack of mega Flora colossi but takes them down as well. Moving deeper into the jungle, Star-Lord is confronted and defeats an elder Flora colossi. Afterward, the Star-Lord of New Stark City drops behind Quill. Star-Lord initially opens fire and is then disconcerted to be facing a version of himself. New Stark City's Star-Lord invites his counterpart to join him, but Quill is reluctant since he wants to find his team. New Stark City's Star-Lord assures him that his team will find no matter what. Quill joins his counterpart aboard a Quinjet, and the ship flies into a portal to the Primary Earth.

Arriving at the Omega Flight Headquarters, New Stark City's Star-Lord invites his counterpart into Omega Flight. Courtney Fraser welcomes Peter aboard, and tells him to find Hank Pym for more information. Pym introduces Star-Lord to the concept of the Primary Earth. He explains that thanks to Vision's sacrifice, Omega Flight had time to research ways to maintain the Primary Earth's status quo, locating the unique frequencies emitted from his body and creating the Vision Core to boost them and keep a harmonic balance between the merged worlds and prevent more Earths from converging. Pym warns that the Convergence is still happening to Earths in other dimensions and will find its way to Primary Earth again, but Omega Flight has set out to figure out the Convergence's origin and how to prevent another one. He then tells Star-Lord to find Tony Stark for further questions.

Enter: The Goddess

S.H.I.E.L.D. is transporting a group of prisoners into the Raft, which is also equipped with Sentinels. Storm is visiting the prison to ensure mutant inmates aren't treated any less than humans, and confronts Gary Clubb about allegations to the contrary. The alarms suddenly go off and the inmates run rampant. After defeating a group of inmates that engage her, Clubb deduces that if the prisoners' power inhibitors were turned off, that means someone has stolen the control codes for the facility, and that they need to reactivate them. Before that, Storm heads to the confinement ward and subdues a riot. Clubb then tells her that they have to send a distress signal to the command center from the deck's emergency communication system, but the agent stationed there appears to have been compromised. Storm finds the agent, Aidan Callahan injured, and warns her that one of their worst inmates, Prisoner-28291, has locked the exit. After Ororo defeats Prisoner-28291, Callahan gives her the activation codes to send the distress signal. Arriving at the deck, Storm notices a magical barrier has been erected in the other side of the Raft, and she is relieved the prisoners won't be able to leave. A group of Sentinels flying overhead notice Storm and confront her. After defeating them, Ororo uses a communication console to send a distress signal. More Sentinels come after her, but she destroys them and meets up with Clubb at the protection gate. He raises Storm's security clearance to get her through the gate. They're then surrounded by Prisoner-2829 and his gang, but Storm defeats them. When Storm and Clubb enter the command center, Gary is attacked and knocked out by Magneto, who intends to rise the Raft from the ground and escape with its mutant populace. Refusing Magneto's offer to join him, Storm fights him, but she is overpowered. Noticing that Baron Mordo has failed on his end, Magneto retreats through a portal. The Storm of New Stark City emerges through another portal and requests her counterpart's help to stop a multiversal threat. Ororo takes her counterpart's hand and the two Storms fly into the portal to Primary Earth.

Arriving at the Omega Flight Headquarters, New Stark City's Storm invites her counterpart into Omega Flight. Courtney Fraser welcomes Ororo aboard, and tells her to find Hank Pym for more information. Pym introduces Storm to the concept of the Primary Earth. He explains that thanks to Vision's sacrifice, Omega Flight had time to research ways to maintain the Primary Earth's status quo, locating the unique frequencies emitted from his body and creating the Vision Core to boost them and keep a harmonic balance between the merged worlds and prevent more Earths from converging. Pym warns that the Convergence is still happening to Earths in other dimensions and will find its way to Primary Earth again, but Omega Flight has set out to figure out the Convergence's origin and how to prevent another one. He then tells Storm to find Tony Stark for further questions.

Appearing in "Chapter 2: New World Order"

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Synopsis of "Chapter 2: New World Order"

From the Omega Flight Headquarters, Tony Stark ponders about his ultimate creation, New Stark City, and his responsibility for it. Together with Hank Pym, Tony makes use of an army of Ultron drones to run the city. However, as soon as Stark and Pym walk away from a group of Ultrons, the green lights of one unit glitch out and become red. Joining Nick Fury at the HQ's lookout, Stark acknowledges his part in it. They overlook an army of Ultrons, and Stark sends them away with a gesture of his arms. Tony rejoices in his accomplishment, but Fury shakes his head. As the group of Ultrons fly through the city, one changes its lights to red and stops in its tracks, breaking rank. Somewhere else, Kingpin broods at his desk. He states that the city is built on lies. He claims that under his rule, he can make it flawless again, and smirks. The errant Ultron unit asserts that only together they can achieve their goal, perfection.

Back at the Omega Flight Headquarters, Tony Stark explains the hero that they will need to head to New Stark City to run some tests. On their way to the hangar, the hero encounters Nick Fury. Fury tells them he has the gut feeling there is something wrong with the Ultrons, and asks them to report if they see anything unusual. Arriving at the Research Sector of Project: P.E.G.A.S.U.S., the hero meets up with Tony Stark. He asks an Ultron unit to run a biometrics scan on the hero, but the Ultron doesn't respond. Stark asks the hero to track down the agent who sent this unit from the lab, Karissa Paine. When the hero reaches Paine at the Particle Lab, she explains she ran a full diagnostic on it earlier. The hero wonders if the Ultrons have ever attacked the people they're programmed to defend, and Paine reveals the units are incapable of attacking anyone who isn't registered on the city's main threat grid. To prove this, she commands Security Ultron 1968-07 to attack everybody in its sector. The lights on the robot glitch out, and it becomes violent, but the hero destroys it. Other Ultrons go rogue, and Paine attempts to activate their shutdown code, but it has no effect, and more violent Ultrons arrive. They are fended off by the hero and Omega Flight, and self-destruct after completing a data transfer.

Fury orders the hero to help Pym suspend all Ultron operations. Hank suddenly notices he has lost power to the main computer grid. The hero checks the generator control system, and it appears to be damaged. Pym asks the hero to retrieve and replace components necessary to get operations back on line, and the power to the main system is restored. However, the reboot sequence has activated several Ultron drones, and the hero has to destroy them since they can't be shut down remotely. Pym notices the batch of Ultrons that are resisting the shutdown code are targeting the base's power plant, and Hank theorizes their programming became corrupted when they rebooted. Pym warns the hero that if the power plant is destroyed, all Ultrons in the field will temporarily shut down and potentially become corrupted once they reboot. After destroying the Ultrons, the hero receives a call from Fury, warning him that while they were busy dealing with the Ultrons attacking the power plant, more of them took Pym hostage. While Nick tracks down Pym's captors, the hero destroys more Ultrons.

As the hero heads to the coordinates provided by Fury, Stark ask them if they can also grab datacores from Ultrons they take down and transmit their data back to him, since he thinks he has found a weakness in the Ultrons' programming. The hero retrieves six memory units, and Tony prepares to upload a virus to shut down the robots' entire network. In the meantime, he asks the hero to assist some agents that have requested backup. The hero helps the agents, and then heeds another backup request. Stark alerts the hero that the passage to the Ultron production facility has been blocked by Ultrons, and asks them to investigate while he finishes prepping the virus. The Ultrons besieging the facility notice the virus uploaded into them and initiate a self-destruct sequence in response, which could level the city. The hero fights the detonating Ultrons, and Stark sends a Quinjet that drops a device into the ground which shuts them down. Tony warns the hero there's one detonating Ultron that didn't blow up, and he can't hack into it to upload the virus either, and assumes it's the one holding Pym hostage.

Appearing in "Chapter 3: Omega Threats"

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Appearing in "Chapter 4: Seeds of Change"

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Appearing in "Chapter 5: Survival of the Fittest"

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Appearing in "Chapter 6: Lords of Darkness"

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Trivia

  • In Chapter 1, the drone that Karissa Paine commands in an attempt to prove the Ultrons are inoffensive is the Security Ultron 1968-07. This is a reference to the cover date of Avengers #54 (July, 1968), which was Ultron's debut issue.
  • In Chapter 4, Torren Melings left a trail for his friend Martin as a reference to a fairy tale. Said fairy tale was "Hansel and Gretel." The story would again be referenced in Chapter 4, in the form of the brother-sister pair Hanson and Gretta.
  • In Chapter 4, as Blue Tongue tells Spider-Man that he doesn't want to go to war, the latter responds with the opening lyrics of the song "War" by The Temptations.
  • In Chapter 6, Scarlet Witch sends Spider-Man to see a sorcerer to about Currupted Storm's condition, he proclaims he's "off to see a wizard" and asks if there's a "scarlet brock road" for him to follow. These are references to Oscar Diggs and the Yellow Brick Road from "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz".
    • Also in that chapter, while looking for a civilian named Wesley, Spider-Man says its "Time to play 'Where's Wesley?'", a parody of "Where's Waldo?".
    • Spider-Man remarks that his ex knows that deals with devils is a bad idea, possibly refering to One More Day.
  • Two editions of the game soundtrack have been published by Hollywood Records: "The Convergence Soundtrack" containing 42 tracks released on August 25, 2021[2] and "World Orchestra Soundtrack", a selection of 17 tracks performed live by the Beethoven Academy Orchestra and Video Game Orchestra released on May 27, 2022.[3]

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