Marvel’s Avengers Updated Roadmap Has A New Plan For Endgame Content
TheMarvel’s AvengersThe roadmap has been evolving over the months since it was shared with players. However, that is not necessarily a bad thing. It is somewhat of a living document. Planned features change as each month passes. This is June’s largest release. The Cosmic Cube contents community has access to an updated map that shows more precise plans for what will arrive in June, before War for Wakanda drops in August.
Some items have been moved around on the calendar, but the most important is the July plans, which are now heavily focused on endgame content. This is great news to the dedicated players who have been playing the game since its launch. They are looking for more challenging content to break up the monotony of Marvel’s Avengers.
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However, players of all levels will enjoy one exciting change in the July content. The Tachyon Event was such a success that players would soon have the ability to “play any combination of their favorite Heroes forever.” This means players can now roll into any challenge as a Strike Team consisting of four Hulks, two Captain Americas, or any other combination. This is a significant shift in the metagame. It will be interesting to see how boss fights adjust to reflect this change.
Patrol Mode won’t be making its debut as soon as planned, as some players suspected. This new playstyle will not be available until September at the earliest. The team will instead offer additional options to endgame players next month so that all this can be done before War For Wakanda launches in August.
July Endgame Content Plans
After months of hard work and perseverance in the same Priority tasks every week and powering through Mega Hives, it seems like the game’s most high-ranking characters are about to be given some new challenges. It’s disappointing that Patrol Mode was delayed. However, it seems that the shift to releasing new content in an earlier timeline is a smart move. Marvel’s Avengers must retain its most loyal audience. Endgame players should be offered new challenges, and enticing rewards before War for Wakanda launches. This is a great start.
New Section “In Development”
The Roadmap’s “Additional Content & Features” section has been renamed “In Development” as a smaller change. This subtle change in language signals that changes or additional features are coming soon, but they will be after the information in the dated sections. I don’t think that any of this will arrive before War For Wakanda.
The Cosmic Cube event is now. The latest Black Panther trailer may have helped to build hype for the game. This means that there will likely be many more players trying out the game for their first time in quite some time. Keep checking back for more Marvel’s Avengers news and updates.