According to the president of the Japanese company, it is important for them to maintain interest in Marvel’s Avengers in the long run.
Fans of Marvel superheroes are very close to enjoying the new Crystal Dynamics game. Marvel’s Avenger will be released on September 4 for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia (later it will do so for PS5 and Xbox Series X). The title, as you know, is planned as a game as a service (GaaS), so it is important to keep it alive.
And so they believe in Square Enix too. As GamingBolt recounts, in a recent financial report, the president of the Japanese company, Yosuke Matsuda, affirms that they have “very high” expectations of the game. According to Matsuda, Marvel’s Avengers extends beyond exit sales, with plans to add “powerful” content after launch to maintain its commercial viability.
“Since it will be a game-as-a-service title, our operations after the game goes live will also be key. We hope to build excitement around the title by launching the additional content,” Matsuda said.
The truth is that the new Crystal Dynamics game has been involved in controversy in recent weeks, with different announcements of exclusive content for various platforms. Of course, the first content that fits the words of Matsuda is the arrival of Hawkeye to the game. Additionally, PS4 and PS5 players will be getting Spider-Man later.
The free open beta of Marvel’s Avengers that Square Enix released this weekend has ended.
If you’re interested in more info about the game, there was an interview with Laura Bailey, who gives the voice of Black Widow in the game.
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