Marvel’s Avengers Video Game Brings Back Fan-Favorite Character With Next Update

Marvel's Avengers Video Game Brings Back Fan-Favorite Character With Next Update

Crystal Dynamics, a video game developer company known for making the Tomb Raider reboot trilogy and Marvel’s Avengers video game, announced a new update. The last update was released last year, and it brought Spider-Man to the game ahead of the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home. But, the character received mixed reviews after being added to the game. Many fans called it inferior to the perfect incarnation of Spider-Man in Insomniac’s Spider-Man video game.

Developed by Crystal Dynamics and published by Square Enix, Marvel’s Avengers was a highly anticipated video game before its release in September 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Stadia, and in March 2021for Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5. Crystal Dynamics kept updating the game to this day, and the next update, Patch 2.3, is set to be released on March 24. The update won’t feature any new playable characters, but it will feature one famous non-player character — Nick Fury.

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“Nick Fury returns to the Helicarrier to guide newer players into the Avengers Initiative. You can speak to him at the War Table upon logging in to see what he’s been up to. In fact, he’ll replace JARVIS and Maria Hill’s narration in the beginning of the Avengers Initiative, during new tutorial videos, and in some missions. Although this is mainly for new players, existing players can go through this process with Nick Fury to catch up with him.”Square Enix

Nick Fury is one of the additions that developers will bring to the game with the next update. You can check the whole list of additions on the link in the upper paragraph. The update will arrive on March 24.

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