The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction puts players in an open-ended world where they can jump, climb or smash anything -- including the ability to level entire buildings. While on their path of destruction, players will also be able to create their own Hulk-powered weapons from anything in the environment, such as ripping apart a bus and using it as a giant shield.
The Hulk can also rely on an arsenal of over 150 chargable moves as he faces down over-sized villains like Abomination and super-sized mechs. Action will span 8 chapters, featuring over 30 story missions as well as 40+ side missions and six boss battles, all taking place in two highly interactive environments, the city and badlands. Both environments will feature varied weather conditions as well as day/night cycles.
Unlike last year's Hulk game, Ultimate Destruction will pull it's content from the comic series rather than the movie. The storyline is being written by award winning writer Paul Jenkins (?Hulk?, ?Spider-man?), with art by Bryan Hitch (?The Ultimates?).
The Hulk smashes onto all three major consoles this August.