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Crystal Dynamics announced today that Marvel's Avengers won't be getting a next-generation upgrade until 2021. Until then, you'll be playing it on your PS5, Xbox Series X or Series S through backward compatibility.
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.
There are two types of missions available. "Hero Missions" are single-player and part of the campaign. "Warzone Missions" can be played alone or with a group of up to four players. It's great that the team made the distinction because there was a lot of confusion about this.
Recently, Comic Book got the chance to speak with Crystal Dynamics Senior Brand Director Rich Briggs. While the team is still working on tweaking the way characters look, we learned something new about the game. It seems like the title's length will be comparable to past Crystal Dynamics games like Tomb Raider.
Players first encounter a young Kamala during A-Day, where Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Black Widow, and Thor are unveiling an Avengers Headquarters in San Francisco. Kamala is exposed to the mysterious Terrigen Mist, and finds herself developing extraordinary polymorphic powers, which she subsequently hides for years.
In an effort to fix complaints about character appearance, it looks like the team changed the look of Thor. Instead of having disheveled hair, the team at Crystal Dynamics decided to tie his hair back. I’ll be honest, Thor does look a lot better now. It seems like Comic Book was the first to report this.
While we always knew that the Avengers game would feature a number of environments, we got a taste of a new nighttime region in Iron Man's profile. You'll be fighting enemies not only in a city, but also what appears to be some sort of space station. It's hard to tell what it is given that we only catch a glimpse in the trailer.