Marvel’s Avengers: Latest Patch Addresses Over 1000 Issues
Just a few weeks after launch, Marvel's Avengers has received a new patch which includes fixes to over 1000 issues across each platform.
In a tweet on their official account, Marvel’s Avengers has announced their upcoming patch will address over 1000 issues across each platform. The patch is live now on PC, with the console versions getting it at 6:00 PSt/9:00 Est. Currently, no date is set for the Stadia version to receive the patch.
“V1.3.0 is our biggest patch yet and addresses over 1000 issues, including improvements across the board,” says the official Marvel’s Avengers Twitter page. “We’ll continue to work on more fixes in the future. Thank you so much for all the feedback and reports!”
V1.3.0 is our biggest patch yet and addresses over 1000 issues, including improvements across the board. We’ll continue to work on more fixes in the future. Thank you so much for all the feedback and reports!
— Marvel’s Avengers (@PlayAvengers) September 18, 2020
The patch covers a broad variety of issues, from bugs that won’t let you progress through the story, to minor graphical issues and combat adjustments. Additionally, the patch includes fixes specific to each platform. You can click here if you’d like a full rundown of each fix in the patch.
Marvel’s Avengers launched earlier this month, with DualShockers’ own Ryan Meitzler reviewing the game. Prior to releasing, the game’s beta became the most downloaded beta in PlayStation history. Within the next couple of months, the game will receive new playable characters such as Hawkeye, Kate Bishop, and Spider-Man. With Spider-Man however, he’ll be a PlayStation exclusive character. Besides those characters, the beta’s source code alludes that She-Hulk and War Machine may be added later on too.
Marvel’s Avengers is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and PC. The game will also be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S when they launch. You can watch the game’s latest trailer below. As more updates come out, we’ll be sure to let you know.
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