Square Enix wants to revive the game with DLC

Publisher Square Enix is ​​unhappy with the latest sales of Marvel's Avengers. The title has not yet been able to meet the expectations. The project has also lost tons of active players in the past few weeks. Now Square Enix is ​​looking for ideas on how to give the game some extra pep. The solution is probably more DLCs.

Even before the release of Marvel's Avengers, it was clear that the superhero title would be expanded to include additional content with some post-launch updates. Accordingly, more characters from the Marvel universe should join the existing team. References to heroes such as Black Panther, Captain Marvel, She-Hulk and more have already been discovered in the game data. At the beginning of December there will also be the first new addition to the game.

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As part of the War Table, the creators announced that Kate Bishop will be available with her own story from December 8th. The DLC will be free to all Marvel's Avengers owners (buy now € 29.09 ) be available. In the US version, Kate Bishop is set to music by Ashly Burch, who is known as the voice of Aloy in Horizon Zero Dawn or Chloe Price in Life is Strange. In the trailer below the message you get a first look at the superhero. Incidentally, Hawkeye will also find its way into the game. Its expansion is currently planned for 2021. The developers are also busy upgrading Marvel's Avengers for PS5 and Xbox Series X / S.

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Marvel's Avengers: Trailer introduces Kate Bishop from the Hawkeye DLC

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