The Avengers franchise made us fall in love with superheroes all over again. Not only that, we wanted to be one of them, help them save the world or just simply have our own cool super power.

Kids and kids-at-heart know very well that they can only dream of becoming an official member of Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Fortunately for them, The Void hatched up a plan for them to make their dream a reality – virtually, that is.

Avengers: Damage Control was first teased by The Void back in August after the Virtual Reality company opened its San Francisco location. Here, they debuted Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire and Ralph Breaks VR. Of course, everybody enjoyed it.

Along this line, Venture Beat's Dean Takahashi sat down with Curtis Hickman, The Void's chief creative office and he hinted on a few details about a Marvel VR experience.

Hickman said that the experience is coming, although he didn't entirely spilled the beans. All he said was that “it's coming soon.”

Fast forward to two months and The Void is looking forward to officially launch Damage Control on October 18 and reservations for the new location-based VR platform starts now.

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The same outlet said that the title was co-developed alongside ILMxLAB, who also helped them create Secrets of the Empire. Avengers: Damage Control will transport users to Wakanda where Suri, the genius behind T'Challa's Black Panther nano suit and perhaps all of the country's advanced technology, is testing a hybrid Iron Man suit laced with Wakandan technology.

Those who wants to experience the “experience” will wear one of two suits while inside the VR environment and will get a chance to interact with fellow comic book heroes Ant-Man, the Wasp, Doctor Strange and “at least one 'familiar' villain.'”

The Verge said that people play in teams of four and test the hybrid suit. They will use it to battle against the aforementioned “villain” from the Avenger's past who wanted to steal the technology, use it against the world and “unleash an oppressive new age upon the planet.”

Marvel also confirmed that Letitia Wright, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will reprise their superhero roles and lend their voices in Damage Control, alongside other notable characters.

Tickets for Avengers: Damage Control are at $15 for persons aged 10 and up. It'll be available in 10 Void centers, but will most likely touch base on other locations in lieu of The Void's plan to expand its current 14 VR centers to 25 in the next two years.