The villain is combined with Vibranium and Asgardian magic.
The characters of Marvel have been characterized throughout their lives by having a great context behind, being so that this same, along with their development and personality, has achieved take them to Olympus of the House of Ideas, this being something that is reflected in the UCM. And before this it must be said that it is not something that only affects superheroes, but the villains also have great complexity behind.
Without going any further, we have the case of Ultron, a character we saw in the UCM as the antagonist of the second film, but who was far from being like the comics version because he was not as threatening. However, it seems that even the Ultron we knew from the classic comics has fallen short, as now the Avengers have to face All-father Ultron.
All-Father Ultron is the definitive version of Ultron
This has been seen in the comic of Ant-Man # 3, in which Scott Lang has helped send Ultron to the Microverse, being so that this villain is trapped in a Vibranium coffin with Asgardian magic to keep it contained. However, it seems that the plan does not go as expected, since the villain is aged for millions of years, emerging with A new waythis being possible thanks to Black Ant.
This was done as a result of being able to crumble the Vibranium over time and thus free Ultron, but this also caused the villain absorbed metal and Asgardian magic, thus emerging All-Father Ultron. You can take a look at this new look of the villain below:
It should be noted that this is a very powerful form of the villain that it remains to be seen if he has any similar in the Marvel Universe, since he would even be surpassing the version of Ultron seen in the What If…? in terms of power scale. We’ll see what Earth’s mightiest heroes end up doing to defeat him.