With Marvel’s Avengers releasing next month, developer Crystal Dynamics breaks down combat challenges and cosmetics players can expect.
In a report from the PlayStation Blog, Marvel’s Avengers developer Crystal Dynamics details different community challenges and cosmetics that players can expect.
Starting with community challenges, Marvel’s Avengers will have different challenges each month with different goals that have to be achieved. The point of the challenges is to get everyone to work together in order to earn rewards.
Moving onto cosmetics, players will come across different cosmetics that range from common to legendary. These cosmetics are spread throughout the game’s story missions and can be acquired in marketplaces and by completing certain puzzles among other things. Additionally, cosmetics don’t offer any additional perk during gameplay.
With the game releasing next month, we’ve gotten a ton of news this week. Spider-Man will be added to the game in 2021 but as a PlayStation exclusive. This version of Spider-Man will be different from Insomniac Games’ version and he’ll be the only platform exclusive character. In addition to him being PlayStation exclusive, the PS Blog mentions that players experiencing the game on PS4 will get 30-day exclusive access to legendary outfits, emotes, epic takedowns, and more. Besides exclusives, it’s been announced that Hawkeye will be the first hero coming to the game post-launch.
If you’re interested in seeing Marvel’s Avengers in action, the beta is starting this weekend for PS4 players that preordered the game. From there, more beta weekends will happen from August 14-16 and the 21-23 for every PS4 player. DualShockers’ own Logan Moore got to check the beta out and wrote a preview on it.
The Marvel’s Avengers BETA is available to pre-load for players who pre-ordered on PS4!
— Marvel’s Avengers (@PlayAvengers) August 6, 2020
Marvel’s Avengers launches on September 4 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and PC. It will also be available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X when both consoles launch. You can watch a video below of DualShockers’ own Logan Moore and Mario Rivera sharing their thoughts on the beta below.
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