With Paul Rudd set to charm audiences once again as Scott Lang, it’s time for some good old fashioned inter-brand synergy as just about every Marvel game currently being supported will roll out an ant colony’s worth of content related to Ant-Man and The Wasp.

Marvel Strike Force

The turn-based battle game is getting a new campaign event that allows players to unlock content based on Marvel Comics’ size-bending Super Hero, Ant-Man. His animations run the spectrum of his powers as he can shrink and stealth attack an enemy or grow to deliver a giant man sized stomp which slows down an entire enemy team at once. The Ant-Man content is a limited time event which will allow players to earn enough orbs in missions to unlock the character, so act quickly.

Also coming in the next few weeks is Star-Lord, Groot, and The Wasp. As of writing this, a Groot blitz event is open which lets players battle each other to earn Groot shards to unlock the evergreen Guardian of the Galaxy.

Marvel Strike Force is currently available to download on Google Play and iOS stores. 

Marvel Contest of Champions

Mighty mobile fighting game Marvel Contest of Champions launched another celebrity inclusion event as The Wasp (Evangeline Lily) is putting down her own Champion Challenge for fans. Players of the game can log on and find out who the star of the upcoming film has selected to battle players all over the world. In addition, the summer months will also see Ant-Man and Wasp included in the game itself. In fact, on July 5th, Hope van Dyne – otherwise known as the Wasp – is entering the contest as a playable character.

Empowered with a new cutting-edge Wasp suit, Hope van Dyne is ready to make up for lost time as a Super Hero. Like Ant-Man, she can reduce herself to the size of an insect while disproportionately increasing her strength and durability. Couple this with the ability to fly at impressive speeds and evade enemy attacks and you have one deadly Wasp.

Marvel Contest of Champions is available for download on Google Play and iOS stores.

Marvel Future Fight

The Marvel mobile action RPG game, Marvel Future Fight, has already brought fans skins for popular characters based on the Infinity War and Black Panther films. Their latest update adds content inspired by Ant-Man and The Wasp to Legendary Battle mode, introducing two new stages. Break into Hank Pym’s lab as Ghost, or battle against Ghost as Ant-Man. Alliance Raids are also introduced for the first time, allowing players to work together to defeat powerful Raid Bosses for increased rewards. Coming in as new characters are Goliath, Wasp, and Ghost. Getting new costumes inspired directly from the film will be Ant-Man, Wasp, and Ghost, plus a Giant-Man/Ultron Pym uniform that combines the features of both Ultron and Hank Pym.

Marvel Future Fight’s new content is available now in their latest update. You can download the game for free on Google Play and iOS stores.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2

An all-new action-packed game level takes Ant-Man and the Wasp to Hank Pym’s forgotten research lab, where his old adversary Egghead is hatching a fiendish plan. Players are tasked with battling Egghead’s goons and a giant chicken mech, in an unforgettable adventure. New unlockable characters Ant-Man (Ant-Man and the Wasp), Wasp (Hope van Dyne), Egghead, Crossfire, Stinger (Cassie Lang), The Human Fly, Giant-Man (Raz Malhotra), and Ghost add to the main game’s roster of over 200 Super Heroes and Super Villains.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 is available now for the Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch with the Ant-Man and The Wasp level pack available free for season pass holders or $2.99 ala carte. 

The Marvel mobile titles are also set to be represented alongside the PlayStation exclusive Spider-Man and Oculus Marvel Powers United VR during the Marvel Games panel at SDCC which is now moved to Hall H on Thursday July 19. We’ll bring you all the news coming out of that panel in a few weeks.