What you need to know
- Crystal Dynamics shared a new War Table showcase for Marvel's Avengers today.
- The presentation focused on the story and gameplay, following the team trying to rebuild and take on MODOK.
- Marvel's Avengers is set to release on September 4, 2020.
Marvel's Avengers is being developed by Crystal Dynamics, who have shared a new showcase detailing more of the story and gameplay that players can expect. This War Table dives into the different ways heroes can be customized as the team is gathered to take on MODOK. You can check out the full War Table presentation below.
Marvel's Avengers is scheduled to arrive on September 4, 2020. When it arrives, it'll be available on Xbox One, PC and PS4, with Xbox Series X and PS5 versions becoming available when the two next-generation consoles release. When they release, players who have already bought the game will get a free upgrade, so buying a second copy for the enhancements won't be necessary.
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