Published on October 20th, 2020 | by Admin

Marvel’s Avengers | State of the Game Blog

Just a quick note to let you know that Crystal Dynamics recently posted a State of the Game blog for Marvel’s Avengers;

The blog covers a number of topics, including a look forward at new player-driven features planned for release in the coming weeks and months, details about late-game content like the first Omega-Level Threat mission coming soon, and information about a player-appreciation bundle of Marketplace Credits, in-game resources, and an all-new nameplate that will be granted to all players who log in between 22nd October and 5th November.

The blog also goes over some of the changes that were included in patch 1.3.3 that was released Wednesday, for which patch notes are available here. The most recent patch includes a suite of bug fixes as well as a new outpost, SHIELD Substation Zero, and new high-level Tachyon Rift missions that exclusively drop Cosmic Gear.

In addition, the team has announced that the first two post-launch Hero releases are being shifted slightly with the new Operation, Marvel’s Avengers: Kate Bishop – Taking AIM, launching later this year, and the game’s next-gen launch on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S is being moved into 2021. In the meantime, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game will be backward compatible on their next-gen console counterparts, and players will be able to transfer their progress to continue playing seamlessly. Both of these shifts are to ensure that the team has the time to deliver the best experience possible.

The team at Crystal Dynamics is committed to this journey with players and will continue to address both large and small issues with the game over the coming weeks and months, as well as add new features and content all at no additional cost to players.

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