While Avengers:Endgame is all about the Avengers and the film is popular for its superheroes more than other things, Google seems to be making a change to that impression.
With the film breaking all advance sales booking records across the world, it has now come to Google changing its search results page when a user types Thanos.
Taking forward from what happened in Avengers: Infinity War, the technology giant is personifying that which happens in the cliffhanger climax of the film.
As Thanos wiped away half of the universe, including many beloved superheroes with just a snap of his fingers through the vested powers of the six infinity stones, Google seems to be revisiting the end as Avenger’s final chapter, as Endgame hit theatres worldwide today.
If one searches Thanos on Google and clicks on his infinity stone-studded gauntlet, one will see search results wiped out with ‘snap of a finger’. The results will turn into pixel dust.
What happens next is that the search results number slowly dwindles down as the page automatically moves up and down.
To undo the destruction, one needs to simply click on the gauntlet again. One can see Thanos using the time stone to restore search results.
All this began yesterday, but what may seem to have missed is the soundtrack that accompanies this entire wipe out operation and the punch sound that strikes similar resemblance to when Thor and his hammer unite.
Avengers: Endgame starring an ensemble cast of Robery Downey Junior, Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson and Brie Larson among others released on April 26, 2019.