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How Wakanda is Essential To Surviving INFINITY WAR

Warning: There are massive spoilers ahead for Avengers: Infinity War!

The latest TV spot for Avengers: Infinity War warned us that “the end is near.” Thanos is coming for the Infinity Stones, and the world has only one last hope…and we don’t mean the Avengers! During Nerdist’s Infinity War set visit, we picked up some info which sheds some light on Black Panther‘s role in the film. More importantly, we know why a major battle is coming to Wakanda. Today’s Nerdist News is using the Time Stone to peek ahead at the fate of the MCU!

Join guest host and herald of Galactus, Amy Vorpahl, as she explains why Thanos and his children are descending upon Wakanda. We’ve previously assumed the Soul Stone was hidden in Wakanda’s vibranium mountain, especially since it has yet to show up. However, our intel suggests Captain America brought an Infinity Stone to Wakanda for safekeeping.

Why are the Avengers looking to make humanity’s last stand in Wakanda? Because T’Challa’s homeland will truly prove to be the most technically advanced nation during the fight against Thanos. No other country can compare with the alien armada at Thanos’ command, and Black Panther’s armory of vibranium weapons may turn the tide of the war.

Did you think it was a coincidence when both Bucky and Cap received vibranium upgrades in the trailers? Other members of the Avengers may also get vibranium weapons. It looks like almost everyone will converge upon Wakanda in the third act, but it’s still unclear who will walk away from the fight in triumph.

Are you excited to see Wakanda and Black Panther play major roles in Avengers: Infinity War? Let us know in the comment section below!

Images: Marvel Studios

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