Marvel’s AvengersThe 2020 Live Service game from Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix will lose its official developer support nearly three years after its release. The studio said in a blog post. The final game update, version 2.8, is coming on March 31 with support for the game shutting down for good on September 30.
The team added that although developer support for the game is ending, both single-player and multiplayer modes will remain available. The latest content pack, which added Winter Soldier Hero and Cloning Lab Omega Level Threat as part of update 2.7, will now serve as the game’s final content update, with the upcoming 2.8 patch only Will solve balance problems. The in-game economy will also be changed to reflect the new reality for the co-op superhero romp.
“When Update 2.8 launches on March 31, 2023, credits will no longer be purchasable and all remaining credit balances will be converted into in-game resources to support ongoing adventures.”
For big fans and new players alike, the silver lining in the news is how the team will handle the game’s previously paid content packs.
“As a token of our appreciation for our community, starting March 31, 2023, we will make all of the game’s marketplace, challenge card, and shipment cosmetic content available to all players for free. Each outfit, takedown, emote, and Name plate. [will be] Free from that date.”
The Avengers opened to mediocre reviews and, in the years that followed, was often a polarizing game, with some players enjoying the live service loop of their heroes to upgrade and customize. While others dismissed what could have been a bigger deal they forced the in-game force system. In the end, the game saw the release of 12 separate heroes, leaving many of Marvel’s vast cabinet of characters untouched.
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