Marvel’s Avengers will end support in 2023
Crystal Dynamics had stated at the beginning of the year that his plans to Marvel’s Avengers they included “a lot of new heroes,” but it looks like that won’t spread too far in the future. A new report on puter Posted by Miller Ross, a prominent member of Avengershas shed light on the game’s troubled development both before and after launch, while also revealing that support for the title could end in the near future.
The report outlines many behind-the-scenes problems of Marvel’s AvengersChief among these is its use of the in-house Crystal Dynamics engine, which, due to the massive technological debt built up, has caused a number of issues with the game.
Other issues with the game are outlined throughout the report, including lackluster post-launch support, failure to meet the release schedule, failure to add previously promised features to the game, and controversies associated with the game’s developers. Due to shifting internal priorities, it appears the oft-leaked She-Hulk expansion has been canceled as well.
The report goes on to say that the support of Marvel’s Avengers it will end soon as a result of your many problems. At first, Crystal Dynamics supposedly intended to support the game for a period of at least 3-5 years. Now, it looks like the studio only plans to hit the low end of the threshold. According to Ross’s report, Marvel’s Avengers it will end in 2023, with no plans to release new content for the game beyond that.
What’s interesting, of course, is that according to recent reports, Crystal Dynamics’ new owner, Embracer Group, is in the process of crafting a Marvel deal that “extends well beyondAvengersSo it remains to be seen if that will put Crystal Dynamics back into the universe. For now, though, it looks like the studio’s experience with the beloved universe isn’t going to live long in anyone’s memory after its impending demise.