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Incredibles: The Golden Age is the sequel to Incredibles: Multiverse Origins and takes place 2 months after said game. The game takes place after the Hero Coalition won the War Against The Villain Armada, saving Earth and the Multiverse. However, even though the world's cities and major Nations have been rebuilt and the world is safe, the 1 billion people who died both before and during the War will not be forgotten, as the remaining 6 billion Humans of Earth's population is put under threat from the inside as a new Villain faction known as The First Order rises and attempts to destroy everything the Coalition has fought for. The game is exclusive to Xbox One and will be released in 2020.
- Raymond Ochoa as Dashiell Parr
- Melissa Hutchinson as Clementine Everett
- Nicholas Bode as Jackson Pearce
- Sarah Vowell as Violet Parr
- Craig T. Nelson as Robert Parr/Mr. Incredible
- Holly Hunter as Helen Parr/Mrs. Incredible
- Dave Fennoy as Lee Everett
- Craig Fairbrass as Ghost
- Bill Murray as Jonathan Price
- Kevin McKidd as John MacTavish
- Noam Jenkins as Aide Pearce
- Anne Hopkins as Nicole Pearce
- Scott Whyte as Ozone
- Mikal A. Vega as Scarecrow
Character Bios Edit
The trailer opens up in a large terrain of snow after a snowstorm. It shows a character climbing up a massive mountIan of frozen ice, and when he reaches the top, he finds that Ozone's ship, the Earth Destroyer (which was the Villain Armada's Flagship) is crashed, buried in ice and snow. Dash is then heard saying "Heroes powers are determining their traits. Heroes in this Reality are some of the best. I am one, my family are. Lee, Clementine and many others have that power too!" as it shows Clementine being given a Plasma Sword, and Ozone's helmet and mask, burnt and battered to bits, sitting on a podeum inside the Incredibles' secret base under New Metroville.