Marvel Future Revolution, the first Marvel open-world ARPG, is launching globally on August 25 for iOS and Android devices.
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Shortly after an information overload from the Marvel Press Tour last week, Netmarble ended up soft-launching Marvel Future Revolution on Android for Canadian residents only. After grinding my way close to max level over several days, here's 10 helpful tips that you should know if you're thinking about playing MFR when it launches globally later this year.
Last week Marvel Games and Netmarble executives held a virtual press tour to give the media some insights into the team's next mobile Marvel game. Here is our preview of the forthcoming Marvel Future Revolution.
Marvel's first open world RPG on mobile, Marvel Future Revolution (MFR), has been consistent in teasing heroes, villains and locations over the past several weeks on Twitter. Recently, a new teaser trailer was released that portrays some new characters, costume variants, and combat in what is shaping up to be the Marvel game to watch this year.
Over the past several weeks Netmarble has been posting short character teasers of Marvel Future Revolution. The mobile game seemingly takes the success of Netmarbles Marvel Future Fight improves the graphics and features, and intends to transition it into a Multiplayer Open-World RPG.