Have you ever wanted to trounce pulse rifle-wielding baddies with a tightly choreographed dance routine and a smattering of deadly icicles? Well, Marvel recently introduced the hero of your dreams, Luna Snow, a K-pop singer-turned-hero whose superhuman powers let her freeze and heal her way out of danger.
Part-time pop star, full-time Super Hero, Luna Snow has arrived in Marvel Future Fight! pic.twitter.com/L7Gd1Yy75P— Marvel: Future Fight (@Marvel_FFightUS) January 24, 2018
Luna Snow is now available in Netmarble’s Marvel: Future Fight, a role-playing mobile game that allows users to take control of various characters from Marvel’s expansive history and fight waves of ever-increasing threats. The developer today released the first gameplay trailer for Luna Snow, all set to her signature song that debuted back when the character was first announced.
The trailer has some notable moments, like Luna Snow’s frequent flourishes at the end of each of her attacks, an obvious reference to her experiences as a K-pop singer. Apparently, Luna isn’t just going to blast bad guys with a freeze ray, she’s also going to entertain while she does so.
The character is the second such original hero to debut in Marvel: Future Fight. Netmarble also introduced Sharon Rogers, the alternate reality daughter of Captain America and Peggy Carter in a previous update. Sharon Rogers was a massive success for the company, so maybe Luna Snow will follow suit.