Got a hot 5 to catch up on some of this week's top stories to hit MMORPG.com? Check out our latest Top 5 Articles video right here and join in the discussion.
Crystal Dynamics has released their State of the Game for Marvel's Avengers that they had mentioned was on the way, and would answer a lot of questions players have had over the direction the game is headed in. Championed by Scott Amos, the Crystal Dynamics Studio Head, the blog also goes over many "areas of impact" - essentially issues the game has had that Crystal Dynamics has been working to improve.
Yesterday Crystal Dynamics rolled out a new patch with a bunch of bug fixes, quality of life features, and increased rewards. In addition to the fixes and features, new content rolls out today in the form of Tachyon Rifts and a new outpost known as the Shield Substation Zero outpost.
It's been a rough month or so for Crystal Dynamics and their game, Marvel's Avengers, as they promise more communication.
In the face of dwindling player counts, Marvel's Avengers developer Crystal Dynamics has promised new content soon.
Marvel's Avengers recently released patch 1.3 that was slated to fix at least one thousand issues, including several that prevented players from progressing in the story mission and some additional Avengers Initiative mission chains. It also added some new content, the Mega Hive. In the aftermath of the patch, we're left wondering, with so many "fixes" why are things getting worse?
Marvel's Avengers is in a unique predicament. Crystal Dynamics, the developer behind the game, faces Infinity War level odds at delivering a premiere, iconic experience, that resonates with fans, and engages gamers, with an intellectual property that is widely beloved, harshly judged, and ever changing. Fans can be a game's greatest champions, or their harshest critics, but as this review will attest, sometimes a fan can be both.
Well, it's been confirmed now that every superhero arriving post-launch for Marvel's Avengers will have their own paid battle pass.
It looks like preload for Marvel's Avengers is available now ahead of the beta which starts on PS4 tomorrow.
In a move that was announced, then retracted, then announced again, Spider-Man will be part of Marvel's Avengers, but exclusive to the PS4 version. As with the Hawkeye reveal, Spider-Man is the second character that has been announced as a post-launch character.
In the latest Marvel's Avengers War Table, a hulk-load of information was released including some beta rewards and the reveal of a new playable character, Hawkeye. For players that will be playing one of the several upcoming beta tests in August, the War Table has provided quite a bit of information as to what you can look forward to.