Nearly three years to the day after its debut, Marvel’s Avengers, the 2020 live-service game from Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix, will no longer get official developer support, the firm said in a blog post. Version 2.8 of the game will be released on March 31. On September 30, support for the game will end permanently, Bets10.
The group also said that even though the game’s developer support is ending, both the single-player and multiplayer modes would still be accessible.
The most recent content pack, which was included in update 2.7 and featured the Winter Soldier hero and the Cloning Lab Omega-Level Threat, will
now be the last new release for the game, with the next 2.8 patch primarily addressing balancing concerns.
The co-op superhero romp’s in-game economy will also be changed to match the new reality agario.
“Credits will no longer be able to be purchased after version 2.8 publishes on March 31, 2023, and any leftover Credit balances will be converted into
in-game resources to support continued adventures.”
The good news for ardent followers and potential new players is how the development team will handle the game’s already purchased content packs.
“Starting on March 31, 2023, we will make all of the game’s Marketplace, Challenge Card, and Shipment cosmetic material freely available to all players as a way of saying thanks to our community. Marvel’s Avengers From this point on, each and every Outfit, Takedown, Emote, and Nameplate will be free.”
In the years that followed, Avengers had mixed initial reviews and became a divisive game, with some players loving its live-service cycle of characters
to improve and personalize and others criticizing what they believed were imposed in-game mechanics that diminished what could’ve been something
In the end, 12 unique heroes from Marvel’s Avengers vast character library were released for the game, leaving many more unexplored.