Marvel’s Avengers is getting its final update today ahead of its September delisting

Marvel’s Avengers receives its final update today before the superhero action-RPG ends support in September. Almost all Marketplace content has been unlocked for all players in this final stage leading up to the upcoming delisting. Crystal Dynamics announced earlier this year that it was ending support for Marvel’s Avengers in September, and today marks the game’s last major planned update before the game was shelved and delisted by the developers, with the patch reportedly taking up a cool 77GB the Xbox Series X weighs. The action-RPG should apparently still be playable after it launches on April 30. Solo play will continue to be available after that time, which should mean no achievements will be affected for the foreseeable future – but as no further fixes or content are due after that date you may want to complete the completion sooner rather than later, just to be on the safe side. See you in the Hives…urgh. Latest update for Marvel’s Avengers is coming today A rather optimistic tweet about the update mentions “final buffs that will make heroes feel more powerful as you continue to enjoy Marvel’s Avengers in the future”, which strikes you as a bit cheeky if you look at it looking at the notes and seeing that for the most part these “buffs” are taking the form of bug fixes that bring many previously broken hero abilities back to where they should be, although in fairness there are some actual changes that should also help us become stronger feel. Artifact stats and cooldowns, for example, have been improved, while endgame gear should be a little easier to earn and upgrade thanks to the removal of some restrictions and cost reductions. Also, you can pretty much use any outfits or other cosmetics you like, as the vast majority of the marketplace, shipping, and challenge card unlockables have been made available to everyone, scrapping the shipping and challenge card mechanics.

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If you haven’t started yet, Marvel’s Avengers achievements have a completion estimate of around 100-120 hours and involve quite a bit of looping. Anyone who has unlocked at least one in-game achievement before April 1st will also receive Iron Man’s new War Machine-inspired Variable Threat Response suit outfit, seen in the trailer above. Marvel’s Avengers is currently available with Xbox Game Pass, but with a delisting six months away, it’s safe to say its days on the service are numbered.

Now that everything is unlocked, will you jump back into Marvel’s Avengers? What have been your thoughts on the game so far? Let us know, true believers!