Marvel’s Avengers Will Have “Multiple Years” Of Content, Beta Revealed (VIDEO)
After a number of years of small teases and sporadically-dropped tidbits, Square Enix has finally revealed Marvel’s Avengers, revealing the Marvel-inspired superhero experience in a new trailer at E3. The explosive footage gave Marvel fans a stunning look at the cinematic story-driven title, setting up the likes of Captain America, Tony Stark and Black Widow for a truly epic adventure starring the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
While the main game looks to already have oodles of content to offer, Square Enix confirmed much more will await players once the main campaign is over. “Multiple years” of narrative content was said to be planned, with continuous updates to be released “on a regular basis.” Included in the post-launch is a roster of new Marvel characters and regions, both of which available free for anyone who owns the game.”Our promise to the community is that we won’t have random loot boxes or pay-to-win scenarios,” revealed Meagan Marie, Crystal Dynamics’ Senior Community & Social Media Manager. Check out the reveal in the video below at around 1:17:40.
Also confirmed in the announcement were plans for an upcoming beta session for Marvel’s Avengers, it going live for those who decide to pre-order the game. While the beta is assured for players on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, beta access is set to first go live on PS4, with remaining platforms following sometime afterwards. Exactly when any of these betas will happen is currently unknown, but it’ll likely take place closer to the game’s release next year.
— Marvel’s Avengers (@PlayAvengers) June 11, 2019
Marvel’s Avengers releases for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on May 15th, 2020.
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