Marvel’s What If…? episode 7 ends with a stunning turn including Vision and Ultron which is quite surprising and at the same time doesn’t make any sense.
Warning: This article contains spoilers for What If…? episode 7.
Vision turning into Ultron in Marvel’s What If…?, and it doesn’t make any sense in the Marvel Cinematic Universe without The Avengers. Yes it is What If…? and it wont match well with the main timeline of MCU. But the episode 7 acquaints some sillier scenes with Marvel’s animated Disney+ series. In this episode, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is a party prince of asgard, and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) carries on with life on Jotunheim as a Frost Giant. On account of the radical story change, Thor becomes Party Thor, and Loki apparently becomes perhaps his dearest companion. While Thor’s mom, Frigga (voiced by Josette Eales), is away, the pair of companions party on Earth with an extraordinary program of characters, including Howard the Duck (Seth Green), Nebula (Karen Gillan), and Korg (Taika Waititi). Nonetheless, Thor’s party could have a world demolishing results, so Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) in the end contacts Frigga, and try to bring an end to the celebration.
In the MCU, Ultron (James Spader) is Tony Stark’s (Robert Downey Jr.’s) plan for bringing worldwide harmony. “What if, next time aliens roll up to the club, and they will, they couldn’t get past the bouncer,” Starks says in Avengers: Age of Ultron, attempting to persuade Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) that an Earth guard framework is a smart thought. Sadly, Ultron has different plans. Stark’s global defense system becomes a wrong experiment and try to annihilate humanity. The best danger of all, ultron makes an engineered body for himself, yet his arrangements are intruded. The Avengers in the end transform the body into Vision (Paul Bettany), and the new person helps Earth’s Mightiest Heroes rout Ultron.
What If…? apparently changes Vision and Ultron’s story, however there might be a few issues. In episode 7, Thor and Jane set up their first date, and the Watcher (Jeffrey Wright) accepts they will live “joyfully ever after.” However, the god-like storyteller of What If…? talked too early. “Pause, what?” the Watcher says as Ultron, occupying Vision’s body and having every one of the six Infinity Stones, shows up to go up against Thor with robot troops. It’s a stunning turn and a conceivably universe-finishing danger. It likewise doesn’t bode well in the MCU’s main timeline without The Avengers.
The Avengers is the main cause Stark makes Ultron, however in this occasions it didn’t happened in Party Thor’s timetable. Loki is Jotunheim sovereignty in What If…? episode 7, and the God of Mischief never invaded New York with the Chitauri soldiers. Jane Foster even notes that Thor’s appearance on Earth is one of the primary occasions outsiders visited the planet. So without Loki’s invasion, Stark doesn’t become fixated on making a global defense for Earth. Thusly, he’d never assist with making Ultron, and Ultron could never assist with making Vision. So the wind including Ultron possessing Vision’s body could never occur in Party Thor’s universe.
Notwithstanding, there is one more clarification for the Ultron wind. However the curve wouldn’t occur in Party Thor’s timetable, that doesn’t mean it couldn’t happen in another. Therefore, the main clarification is that Ultron came from another universe. In case that is the situation, he could introduce a Multiversal danger any semblance of which What If…? hasn’t seen. With What If…? episode 7 eradicating the occasions of The Avengers, it seems Ultron’s detestable Vision and the Infinity Stones are unleashing ruin on the Multiverse. It’s that, or it just doesn’t ad up for the story.