Based on the climactic scene, this set features Team Iron Man (made up of Iron Man and War Machine) being completely outnumbered by Team Cap (Captain America, the Winter Soldier, Scarlet Witch, Agent 13 and both big and small versions of Ant-Man).
Being called Ant-Man doesn't mean Scott Lang's suit only makes him shrink. His much bigger form, known in the set as Giant Man, can be assembled as part of the set.
Both War Machine (left) and Iron Man are ready to fly in minifigure form.
Captain America (left) and the Winter Soldier are on the scene and willing to fight against Team Iron Man if they must.
Scarlet Witch (left) is ready to cast some magic in Lego minifigure form, while Agent 13 (who doesn't appear in the movie's version of this scene) joins this depiction of the battle.
Scott Lang appears as both his big and very, very small Ant-Man forms, with this minifigure being towered over by the already-small Iron Man and Captain America figures.
The Quinjet features hidden stud shooters, a dual cockpit and foldout wings.
The air traffic control tower features a control room, an opening side door and an exploding-boxes function that can be tripped by using the tiny Ant-Man figure.
Didn't like how this battle turned out in the movie version? Use these figures and your imagination to change the outcome. Unfortunately Spider-Man doesn't web-sling his way into this set, but you could always mix and match with another Lego set.