It’s over what was given for Marvel’s Avengers. Crystal Dynamics has officially announced the goodbye to one of the most controversial titles in recent years. It will be on September 30, 2023 when the cessation of support for the work will be effective, ending three years of work by the studio on the Square Enix work.
Of course, before we will have update 2.8 on March 31, the last content package planned. Yes indeed, the Winter Soldier will remain as the last character added to the cosmetics store, but there is one key detail to keep in mind. As of March 31, it will not be possible to buy credits and those we have will become resources for the adventure. In fact, a conversion table has even been shared so that we are clear.
One of the great points in favor will be the fact that on the same date all the content released so far can be obtained for free. That is, skins, gestures and the rest of the available products will have a zero cost, although there will be no refund policy for those who did spend the rooms at this time.
“Giving away the entire library of cosmetic content is a way of saying thank you to our community by allow everyone to experience the breadth and depth of content in Marvel’s Avengers“, they explain from Crystal Dynamics. Although we will be able to continue playing both alone and with friends after September 30, from the study they point out that “we are making the operation of the game guarantee as long a life as possible”, in reference to whether both modes will be available indefinitely.
Another aspect to take into account is that the game cannot be purchased after September 30 in digital format and can only be purchased in a physical version until stocks run out. In the case of Spider-Man, it will continue to be exclusive to PlayStation and we must bear in mind that any problems we have with the work after D-Day cannot be resolved by support.
A Chronicle of a Death Foretold
The life of Marvel’s Avengers It has been a constant jump between puddles and not even with the announcement of his goodbye has he escaped the judgment of the community. Many have pointed out that the cessation of the activity was an unavoidable fact considering the game-as-a-service structure and others have pointed the finger at the fact that the wall-crawler won’t make it out of PS5 and PS4.
“Will Spider-Man remain a PlayStation exclusive?
Spider-Man will remain exclusive to PlayStation.”
Lol fuck you and fuck Sony too. https://t.co/yqxWsjtYxe
— DKZ Comics (@ComicsDkz) January 22, 2023
Will Spider-Man remain a PlayStation exclusive? Spider-Man will remain a PlayStation exclusive. Lol fuck you and fuck you Sony too.
I enjoyed this games story and character gameplay, the rest sucked utter fucking ass. They couldn’t even finish the main storyline and add Captain Marvel. What a massive failure. https://t.co/pweeVxJQgM
— Haydn (@HaydnC95) January 22, 2023
I enjoyed the story of this game and the gameplay of the characters, the rest totally sucked. They couldn’t even finish the main story and add Captain Marvel. What a big failure.
/ / and to think that I paid full price for this shit xD and that I have it disgusting on Steam https://t.co/OuylCasSv9
— ᅠᅠᅠ𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐑𝐄𝐃 𝐐𝐔𝐄𝐄𝐍 (@redqueenpryde) January 22, 2023
Well RIP. Wasn’t it going to be a practically infinite game and that they were going to put in a lot of characters? Well that.
Let’s see if they make a really good game next time, because this one was repetitive as hell. Note that I couldn’t last or finish the main campaign. https://t.co/XEaJ2XV8x2
— Space Rider with No Name Volume 3 (@thimpossibleboy) January 21, 2023
Wow, no one saw it coming. 🙄
And in a couple of years we will have this same tweet with Suicide Squad https://t.co/skBZfg1DlS
—Fran(k) (@Narfius) January 21, 2023
Everyone who did spend money all these years:
“Oh well, fuck my mother.” https://t.co/h24WFPKLPV pic.twitter.com/tQaYnB6YAf
— Is-ramen 🍜🍥 (@ismaccino) January 21, 2023