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Marvel’s Avengers Will Have No Post-Game Support from September 30, 2023

Adnan Juzar Kachwala
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Marvel's Avengers Will Have No Post-Game Support from September 30, 2023

Marvel’s Avengers will no longer offer post-game support from 30th September 2023. There are multiple underlying reasons for this. 

Crystal Dynamics had a great opportunity with this franchise as they had the groundwork laid out for them. The Avengers are a brand in themselves, especially after the MCU.

It would have been a different story if they had ignored marketing and spent all the budget on the game itself. Besides the foundation for them, they didn’t need to build up the characters; people already knew who they were. Fans started having doubts after the first trailer itself. Let us look at what went wrong here.

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Marvel’s Avengers and Why Crystal Dynamics failed to Capitalize on One of the Best Franchises

The Avengers game had a lot of potential if Crystal Dynamics focused on making a game like God of War. What we mean by that is no micro-purchases, fewer bugs, no glitches, and all the emphasis on gameplay and story. Instead, Crystal Dynamics made a game with a weak story and no relationship-building between characters, and by the third act, players were already tired of the glitches.


The gameplay was riddled with glitches, but that was not even the worst part. Fan favorites like Hulk, Jane Foster, and Hawkeye were given weaker skill trees and were repetitive to play with.

Jane Foster had the same skills as Thor, copy-pasted. The character interactions felt forced and had no life in them. The only thing we call a redeeming factor was the Iron Man and Black Widow gameplay. Black Panther was a good addition, but Spider-Man was not, somehow.

By the time Winter Soldier was announced, the game had lost 2/3 of its fanbase. We guess it is good that this game is getting scrapped since Crystal Dynamics IS capable of making good games.

Tomb Raider and Guardians of The Galaxy are great examples; we do not know what happened with The Avengers. Let us hope that the next studio who takes in an Avengers or a Marvel-related game is passionate about the characters and their origin stories.

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Adnan Juzar Kachwala

Adnan Juzar Kachwala

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Adnan Kachwala is a Gaming Journalist working as a Content Writer at The SportsRush. Adnan started covering Valorant when he watched Shroud dominate public matches with his aim. He wanted to write about Call of Duty ever since his first Nuclear in Black Ops II. He has an expertise in FPS games like Call of Duty and Valorant and has been covering them along with other games for more than two years. He has written more than 600 articles on both of those games along with other popular AAA titles. He has a Mass Media Degree with a Specialization in Journalism. Adnan has an expertise writing listicles related to Gaming and reviewing newer releases. When he is not making content, you can find him reading books, creating videos and watching Valorant Esports on Twitch.

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