Crystal Dynamics, the developer behind Marvel’s Avengers, has confirmed that the PlayStation-exclusive Spider-Man DLC could have story content material and cutscenes when it makes its long-awaited debut.
As noticed by MP1ST, Crystal Dynamics’ Senior Producer Dan Matlack responded to a fan’s query on the official Marvel’s Avengers Discord server that requested whether or not or not everybody’s favorite webhead would come along with his personal storyline. “Spider-Man is what we name an ‘occasion’ so he could have cutscenes and a narrative for positive,” Matlack replied.
Matlack then went on to provide followers an extra glimpse at particulars of the sport’s first ever Raid, wherein gamers will battle with Klaw, the first villain of the Marvel’s Avengers’ final growth, Conflict for Wakanda. As a part of the dialogue, Matlack reassured followers that whereas the Raid might characteristic some acquainted environments it is going to be a “distinctive” expertise.
Marvel’s Avengers first confirmed that Spider-Man can be coming to the sport – albeit controversially as a PlayStation unique character – in August of final yr. On the time, the character was understood to be coming throughout an early 2021 launch window. Nonetheless, followers’ issues elevated when Spider-Man’s introduction was delayed and a prolonged silence from the studio fell surrounding the character.
Earlier this month, nevertheless, a brand new roadmap for Marvel’s Avengers confirmed that the developer was on monitor to launch Spider-Man someday earlier than the top of 2021.
For extra on Marvel’s Avengers, be sure to take a look at our evaluation of the sport the place we praised its marketing campaign for being “enjoyable and endearing” however criticized its “loot-based post-game” for being “unrewarding and overly repetitive”.
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