Square Enix 'Marvel's Avengers' game delayed until September 2020
The delays begin.
What you need to know
- Marvel's Avengers is an upcoming action game from Square Enix.
- It has been delayed until September 2020.
- The title is a third-person action game that will continue to grow over the years.
- You can preorder Avengers for $50 through Amazon (opens in new tab).
Marvel's Avengers is an upcoming third-person action game from Square Enix, but the reveal didn't go as smoothly as the company anticipated. Many people criticized the look of the characters and how there wasn't a lot of information available.
In order to fix the game's problems, the publisher has decided to delay the game until September 2020. This is quite the jump, and hopefully, the developer will be able to polish the title before it ships towards the end of this year. What do you think about the delay? Let us know.
Avengers game delayed until September 4th https://t.co/55mLjG6JjX pic.twitter.com/w7yFfQmInrAvengers game delayed until September 4th https://t.co/55mLjG6JjX pic.twitter.com/w7yFfQmInr— Wario64 (@Wario64) January 14, 2020January 14, 2020
The Avengers game takes place after a horrific event leaves San Francisco in ruins. The team has been disbanded for five years, but when an even bigger evil threatens the planet, it's up to you to assemble the crew and save the world once.
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After a horrific event leaves San Francisco in ruins, the Avengers are disbanded. However, an even bigger evil threatens the planet five years later, and it's up to you to assemble the crew and save everyone.
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