The team at Crystal Dynamics has announced the end of development on the live-service Marvel’s Avengers game. The news comes two and a half years after the game launched in the fall of 2020. By that time, the Marvel’s Avengers development team had released 12 playable heroes (including a PlayStation exclusive Spider-Man. ), a full expansion set in Wakanda, many Character-focused Campaigns, and some smaller content.
Update 2.7, due out on November 30, 2022, adding the Clone Lab’s Omega-Level Winter Soldier and Threat, is the ultimate new Marvel’s Avengers content. Crystal Dynamics has scheduled one final title update, version 2.8, to launch on March 31, 2023. This update will not add any new content (including cosmetics). additional). Instead, it will provide final balance updates and shut down the cosmetic market.
When this update arrives, credits will not be available for purchase and all remaining credits in the player’s account will be converted to in-game resources such as units, shards, tissue- upgrade module, polychoron and DNA key. Due to market closure, all game markets, challenge cards, and shipping cosmetic content will be available to all players free of charge. This means all skins, takedowns, emotes, and nametags from those sources will be free to all players starting March 31.
Official support for Marvel’s Avengers will end completely on September 30. After that point, single-player and multiplayer will still be playable, but Crystal Dynamics is unlikely to resolve any further issues. any with the game. The game will also be removed from digital stores at that time. Marvel’s Avengers received average reviews at launch, with rave reviews for the single-player content. However, it is the repetitive multiplayer modes, the rich microtransactions, and the slow implementation of new content by the development team that have annoyed many fans of the title.