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Marvel’s Avengers Final Content Update Makes All Cosmetics Free -Tc

The end of support for Marvel’s Avengers was announced back in January, but finishing a live service game and getting it right is a gradual process. Yesterday saw the release of patch 2.8, its latest content update, which made “almost all” cosmetics free, converted in-game currency to resources, and handed out rewards as thanks to players.

Items earned by playing the campaign must still be earned that way, but items, including emotes, outfits, takedowns, and dog tags, that were previously available through the in-game market are now “automatically available on your Hero Card.” . That includes items previously available as rewards through the Shipment system and Hero Challenge Cards. You no longer need to be online to access items in the marketplace.

If you’ve already played Marvel’s Avengers, or more specifically, if you’ve earned at least one achievement before April 1st, you now have a “founder’s gift” as well. It is Iron Man’s “Variable Threat Response Battle Suit”.

Patch 2.8 also brings a bunch of bug fixes, which you can read about in the full patch notes.

While this is the final content update for Marvel’s Avengers, more bug fixes will follow in the coming weeks and months before all support ends on September 30, 2023. At that time, Marvel’s Avengers will be withdrawn from sale. in its End of Support FAQCrystal Dynamics says that its multiplayer mode should still be playable after that date, but that they “cannot guarantee that we will be able to address issues that arise due to unforeseen circumstances.”

Crystal Dynamics developed Marvel’s Avengers while it was owned by Square Enix, but the studio best known for the modern Tomb Raider reboot was acquired by the Embracer Group last year.

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