In the sense to understand where Marvel’s Avengers stands, developer Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal shares that the game is currently in a standstill until 2021. While the game will continued to be worked on, tweaked, and promised content to be in development, the title is still unique to current-generation hardware. In October, the teams told that the next-generation versions for Marvel’s Avengers will be receiving additional development time.
The delay signals the Xbox Series X|S & PlayStation 5 versions to both arrive sometime in 2021. It was also added that the anticipated Kate Bishop add-on would also be ushered to launch in 2021 as well. But, at least for the character DLC, the push happens to be to strict. That is after learning in the recent War Table video that Kate Bishop arrive in early December.
You can learn more about the new character, her abilities, and other additions in the video below:
“The lead-up to Taking AIM began with enigmatic new Tachyon missions that started appearing on players’ in-game War Tables several weeks ago,” the overview reads in the press release. “In Taking AIM, Kate Bishop, master archer and skilled gymnast, resurfaces after her investigation of Nick Fury’s disappearance following A-Day leads to her mentor Clint Barton (aka Hawkeye) going missing as well.
“As she unravels the mystery behind the sudden appearance of the time-warping Tachyon Rifts, she uncovers a twisted new plan from AIM, which pushes her to work with the Avengers once again.” From what you can gather, Crystal Dynamics also presses that Kate Bishop’s addition will also help transition to the Hawkeye DLC which is set to release next year.
In more recent Marvel’s Avengers news, it is reported that the game following its hollow reception left publisher Square Enix at lost of roughly $63 million from the project. You can read the full report by heading here.
What system will you be playing Kate Bishop on?
Kate Bishop arrives on December 8, 2020; Marvel’s Avengers is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia. Playable via backwards compatibility on PlayStation 5 & Xbox Series X|S.
Source: Square Enix