Marvel’s Avengers will be delisted in September as support wanes

Marvel’s Avengers will be delisted in September as support wanes

Crystal Dynamics has confirmed that it will stop working Marvel’s Avengerswith the last major update on March 31st before official customer support ends on September 30th.

In a blog post on the game’s website, Crystal Dynamics says that the “decision was made in collaboration with our partners that now was the right time to make this change,” and that “no new stories, features, or heroes will be added to the game.” Ahead. It added that Spider-Man will remain a PlayStation exclusive character. Luckily, the post also confirms that both single player and multiplayer modes will still be available to play Marvel’s Avengers after September 30th. Update 2.8, to be released on March 31st, will disable credit purchases and convert remaining credit balances into in-game resources for players, along with some other balance updates. However, there are no refunds to players who have spent money on the game.

The balance conversion table for the latest update of Marvel's Avengers.

As expected with an update like this, the developers are also making content that was previously only available behind a paywall available to players for free. This means that all Marketplace, Challenge Card and Shipment cosmetics will be free to redeem for players after March 31st. If you haven’t selected Marvel’s Avengers You must do this by September 30th, as it will then be removed from digital storefronts.

Marvel’s Avengers just never been able to get a foothold despite using a great IP. The game, which was hailed as the next great live service game before its release, was plagued with issues when it launched in September 2020, and post-launch support was slow and riddled with delays. Rumors suggest that the team working on this game has only gotten smaller and smaller as Crystal Dynamics takes on projects like Grave robbers and Perfectly darkso the game never really had a chance to bounce back from a rocky start like that determination or Nobody’s heaven did.

Ironically, this closure announcement didn’t go smoothly either, as did the entire site for Marvel’s Avengers went under when Crystal Dynamics tweeted a link to the news at 5:30pm ET today. A follow up tweet The game’s account says “high traffic” was causing these issues.

Marvel’s Avengers is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.

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