Saturday, November 27

Marvel’s Avengers: No Story Missions in Spider-Man DLC

While Marvel’s Avengers Only so successful in the movie universe, the superhero gang in the video game industry seems one very nice cucumber troop to be: At least if you develop the title from Crystal Dynamics and published by Square Enix as well as its headlines before and especially after the launch.

After harsh criticism from fans, the introduced experience boosters were recently withdrawn from the shop. Players were mainly angry because they had expressly promised beforehand not to bring any Pay2Win mechanics into play. In addition, Square Enix boss Yosuke Matsuda recently blamed the development studio for the failure of Marvel’s Avengers.

Despite Spider-Man’s commitment, no redemption for Marvel’s Avengers

Also the upcoming Spider-Man DLC, which will be released on the November 30th exclusively on PlayStation swings, does not improve the location of the title in any way – on the contrary. Because as if the console exclusivity of a piece of content for a multi-platform title wasn’t annoyance enough, the expansion of the spider hero brings not even new story missions.

Philippe Therien reveals the reason for this Gameplay Director of Titles, opposite to IGN: “We wanted to use our best efforts to create content that everyone could enjoy, so we put a lot of energy into the Klaw raid, which was due to come out at the same time. […] That was a decision that was made from the start. “

Fans should certainly ask themselves why the Spider-Man expansion was developed in the first place. As a result of the missing story missions, the Spider-Man content is marketed as Heroes Event, not as an operation like previous DLCs. After all: The DLC around Peter Parker is like the previous additional content for free.

Those: IGN

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