Marvel’s Avengers is adding new heroes and are available through Battle Passes. Moreover, fans will not have to pay real money to access these new heroes.
The upcoming action-adventure game is based on the highly acclaimed Marvels Comics and also inspired by the Marvel’s Avengers cinematic universe. Marvel’s Avengers follow the story five years after the tragic Avengers Day in San Francisco. Ms. Kamala Khan brings the Avengers together to stop a new plot set up by AIM and MODOK.
Just recently, voice actor Usman Ally revealed the in-game visual design of the main antagonist, MODOK. Although there are few similarities with the villain’s comic version, the new MODOK is equipped with robot hands and far more advanced weapons.
New heroes available in the form of Battle Passes
The new heroes in the Battle Passes can be purchased with real money, costing around $10. However, for players who do not wish to spend a dollar can use their game credits. The upcoming six heroes will have their Hero Challenge Cards. Players will have to buy the cards for 1,000 credits.
It's time to assemble.
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Besides, players will only pay for the characters’ alternate cosmetics and character-based nameplates. Thus, players might have to spend more hours playing the game to obtain credits if they wish to add more heroes in their collection.
With the involvement of Hawkeye in the game, players are now anticipating the participation of Kate Bishop. Just like Hawkeye, Kate Bishop is a master archer, and will also play a big part in Hawkeye’s overall storyline. Although, she will have her operation content and a complete mission, as well as her gear and cosmetics.
Meanwhile, Black Panther might be an additional DLC character as uncovered by several data miners. With the unexpected passing of the Black Panther actor, Chadwick Boseman, Square Enix revised its War Table Livestream to commemorate the actor.
Patch Notes to fix beta issues
Square Enix recently concluded the game’s beta weekends. There are more than five million players who flocked towards playing the beta version. Furthermore, Square Enix reported that the beta accumulated 28.5 million hours of playtime.
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To fix the beta issues, Square Enix has made available the latest patch notes and is now live across PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The update is 18GB and available to those who have early access to the game.
Marvel’s Avengers release date
The game is accessible to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia on Sept. 4, 2020.
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