We just launched our biggest expansion to date for Marvel’s Avengers – Black Panther: War for Wakanda. We’ve loved seeing your reactions to the new campaign, and today we’re excited to announce that we’re making the complete Marvel’s Avengers experience, including all previously released free content, available with Xbox Game Pass for PC, Console, and Cloud on September 30.
Yep – you read that right. Every player with an Xbox Game Pass membership can experience the full game and all our post-launch Heroes and missions. This includes four story campaigns that showcase one or more Hero’s unique abilities, as well as our Avengers Initiative – our evolving online multiplayer world that lets you and three friends play as any Hero in our roster and embark on global adventures.
Xbox Game Pass members will also have immediate access to our new War for Wakanda expansion, featuring our new playable Hero, Black Panther, and hours of new multiplayer and story content. In War for Wakanda , King T’Challa faces his greatest challenge yet when Ulysses Klaue infiltrates Wakanda to steal its precious Vibranium. T’Challa won’t be able to defeat his enemy alone; he’ll need to team up with the Avengers and confront his distrust of outsiders if he hopes to protect his kingdom.
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I haven’t played yet, but I’ll be playing it on SX for sure.
Might give it another go for the single player. The game is awful but with the better laod times and better performance and more polish the single player is worth playing once. The GaaS aspects can go die in a fire.
Might just be a coincidence. AStral Ascending another SE game is coming to Gamepass. SE have been a big fan of Gamepass. Avengers came to PS NOw a few months back but was PS4 version only. NO surprise its on Gamepass. Game has been selling badly and has had mediocre feedback since launch.
tbh Square should give this game away for free and have a Free to play version. Especially if they want to make Money from the GAAS stuff.
GOTG is what I wanted Avengers to be. Just a straight forward single player game with a campaign. Instead, Avengers has all this loot stuff in it and it’s like, why? Hulk does not need a metallic spine. Oh well.
While there’s plenty of ex-Square Enix developers working on AE, it has nothing to do with Square Enix. Artistan Studios is developing the game while Dear Villagers is publishing it.