Crystal Dynamics has confirmed details from the upcoming 2.6 update for Marvel's Avengers and also that, following 2.6, the next playable hero will be Bucky Barnes, the Winter Soldier.
Embracer Group has announced a deal to acquire Crystal Dynamics, Eidos, and Square Enix Montreal for $300 million, a deal which includes over 50 IPs.
When it comes to Marvel's Avengers it's hard to stay a true believer. Recently, Gameplay and Systems Designer Lead Brian Waggoner informed the public via Twitter that Crystal Dynamics is looking for a new Lead Producer. Will we see Marvel's Avengers get back on track soon?
It is hard to believe that it has been over a year since Marvel's Avengers released, and during that time we've covered some of the new character releases, alongside our original comprehensive review of the game. Since the release of War for Wakanda back on August 17th, a lot has happened, and now with the, highly controversial, PlayStation only Spider-Man release on November 30th, it's time to get all caught up on what you may have missed over the past few months.
The next panther sized update for Marvel's Avengers finally has a release date. War for Wakanda will introduce players to the secretive nation of Wakanda on August 17th. To entice players both new and old to hop back into the game, Crystal Dynamics is allowing for an All-Access Free Weekend, with an abundance of login rewards to boot.
Marvel's Avengers seemingly can't catch a break, as news reports have circulated stating that a recent update to the live-service game reveals players IP addresses publicly.
Brian Waggoner, formerly of the Marvel Heroes team, is joining another Marvel game, this time helping Crystal Dynamics with their maligned live-service game, Marvel's Avengers.
Crystal Dynamics finally released the long awaited, and modestly anticipated character, Hawkeye, in Marvel's Avengers last week. Hawkeye has flash and sizzle, but the update puts Crystal Dynamics in a precarious situation. One that even a roadmap can't cure.
In the Square Enix Presents Spring Presentation today, the next expansion for Marvel's Avengers was announced, featuring Black Panther, in War for Wakanda.
In some ways War Zone Director Philippe Therien has become the unofficial community manager of Reddit for Marvel's Avengers. In his latest responses to the community, PhilT, as he's known on the Discord and Reddit, talks about their problems with communication, and provides a little insight into development.
The latest news on the next big update to Marvel's Avengers headed to the game on March 18th comes in the form of a Cosmetic and XP Rework.
If there was such a thing as the 8 stages of Gamer Grief, I've been through just about all of them when it comes to Marvel's Avengers. During the pre-order and open beta, I experienced the first stage of Gamer Grief - Denial. I told myself, as many who play pre-release online games do, that "this is just beta and it will get better". With the Hawkette Kate Bishop now in the game, has Marvel's Avengers met fans expectations with the new, long awaited, first post-launch character?
Crystal Dynamics has been teasing their post-launch characters even before the game launched, and now, three months after launching, Marvel's Avengers has added the first new Avenger on the team. Kate Bishop will be joining the game along with a new Operation dedicated just for her story.
The latest Marvel's Avengers War Table blog essentially toed the line, teasing upcoming releases while staying true to this week's mild mission rollover. Fortunately, for Crystal Dynamics, next week cashes in on the highly hyped and long-awaited content release, including the new character, Kate Bishop, while hopefully bringing some necessary changes to end game.
Marvel's Avengers has had a tumultuous post-launch, but in the latest War table, Crystal Dynamics gives a release date for their first new character, Kate Bishop. The bow-wielding, purple wearing, female Hawkeye will have her own story that will kick off Season 1's new chapter.