Marvel’s Avengers is an epic, third-person, action-adventure game that combines an original, cinematic story with single-player and co-operative gameplay. Assemble into a team of up to four players online, master extraordinary abilities, customize a growing roster of Heroes, and defend the Earth from escalating threats.
Marvel´s Avengers is a very ambitious game, with a spectacular single player campaign and multiplayer designed as an MMO, with an enjoyable combat system and the promise of lots of content and new heroes incoming. Some missions can get repetitive.
With a stellar campaign and set pieces that rival anything in the MCU, Marvel’s Avengers already delivers a ton of value. But add on the endless multiplayer and future characters, and this game is poised to be a classic. Some early bugs distract from the fun, but the bones of the game are solid. Marvel’s Avengers is an amazing achievement.
Marvel's Avengers leaves us with a title loaded with a multitude of options and fun with the most powerful heroes in the world. The campaign created by Crystal Dynamics shines and hooks, although the multiplayer mode can become heavy and repetitive after many hours, the room for improvement is vast, although the result for now passes with flying colors.
Marvel’s Avengers at launch is a solid-foundation for Crystal Dynamics to build upon and develop into a fantastic live-service title that joins the ranks of Warframe and Destiny 2.
There may well be the feeling of a missed opportunity here, but no matter. Almost worthy is still pretty good.
Marvel’s Avengers has proven to be a pleasant surprise, even if its live service identity arguably hinders the true potential of its world, story and characters. Engaging combat and rewarding progression have established a solid foundation for Crystal Dynamics to build upon with new heroes and scenarios in the months and years to come.
Marvel’s Avengers offers a reasonably entertaining campaign, but it’s highly derivative. Everything in it has been done better elsewhere. And the longer it goes on, the more it’s hampered by desperately repetitive missions and a mindless upgrade structure.
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