Two trainers from S.H.I.E.L.D. start the show off and explain how they are getting to train new recruits. The new recruits are kid guests ages 6 to 12 that sign up nearby before shows start, similar to Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple. One parent is able to have reserved seating near the front in order to capture photos of their kids battling HYDRA.
After the agent trainers introduce the recruits, Black Widow and Hawkeye show up to assist the trainees in their exercises. As they go through a sequence, various heroes of the Avengers are described with their signature moves. The routine incorporates the moves. The next exercise is also a mission. Power banks are being depleted and if they reach zero it will cause computer memory to be wiped. The trainees take power cell tubes and plug them into various consoles around the stage. Lights on the consoles correspond to what cell goes where.
When all of that is completed it’s revealed that Arnim Zola, a computer Hydra agent, has taken over S.H.I.E.L.D. He’s also used a male traitor in the midst of the team. The trainees must defeat Zola and free the base.
Another nod is in the form of Zola himself. His computer self was first seen in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and since then we’ve not seen much of him. Having him as an enemy in the show is a great way to connect to the movies and have a different type of villain.