Marvel's Avengers: Rich Briggs reveals the longevity of the game

In a recent interview with ComicBook.com, Rich BriggsSenior Brand Director Crystal dynamicsrevealed the length of the main story of Marvel's Avengers. The latter obviously changes from player to player but Briggs gave us a clear and precise idea of ​​what awaits us.

Briggs he said: “I think it will depend on how deep you want to go into the story. If you think about previous Crystal games, you know that if you want to complete the main story, you will need, more or less, 10 to 12 hours. But if you want to experience everything there is to do, including side missions and everything else, we're talking over 30 hours of gameplay. We're not talking that precise numbers yet, but you can expect to something very similar to the titles we have created in the past. Of course, you also have to take into account the game's expanded narrative and future plans, as well as new heroes that will be released after launch. “

After setting up the Marvel's Avengers framework as game as a service, there will be no shortage of additional content. Indeed, the presence of The ant Man as a playable character already in the first DLC and Ms. Marvel.

Marvel's Avengers: Synopsis

Marvel's Avengers begins duringA day, the day Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Black Widow and Thor inaugurate the Avengers' new futuristic San Francisco headquarters and a new helicopter platform powered by an experimental energy source. Celebrations turn tragic when a catastrophic accident causes devastating destruction. Accused of this tragedy, the Avengers separate. Five years later, with the banning of superheroes, the world is once again in danger and the only hope for salvation lies in bringing together Earth's Mightiest Heroes.

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We remind you that the game will be available from the next May 15, 2020on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC And Google Stadia. In the meantime, we invite you to read our first impressions from our review of the game at Gamescom 2019.

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