Marvel's Avengers Won't Force Anyone to Play Online

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Marvel's Avengers, published by Square Enix and developed by Crystal Dynamics of Tomb Raider fame, is going to be a fairly interesting title. The game is being built up as a game that will get updated regularly, with free characters, stories, multiplayer fixes, and so much more. Despite this, it's also a single-player experience so if you're anti-social, there is no need to go online for certain missions.

Basically, it's a Marvel version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 or Destiny 2.

Speaking with, Scott Amos of Crystal Dynamics confirmed that players who don't want to go online won't have to. They can simply put the game on and play whatever kind of missions they want. It's an intriguing statement, especially with all the free content coming to the game.


Also, you can't just play it on the first day. Come on guys, day one patches are a thing.

Here is Amos' statement:

"We want somebody to be able to go buy a disc and never have to go online. You don't have to. You can have a complete experience and have fun."

Amos also brought up the game's customizable features, explaining how someone's Black Widow or Hulk can feel different from their friends' version. This definitely reeks of Destiny and Xenoverse but if done well, the game could be a treat for everyone involved.

I mean, people are still playing Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 to this day.

Marvel's Avengers comes out on May 15, 2020. It will be available on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia.

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