Marvel’s Avengers on September 4th Won’t Be Able to Use the Wall-Crawler Platform

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Marvel’s Avengers will be released for Playstation 4, PC, Xbox One, and Stadia on 4 September 2020. Also, the game will be released on the PS 5 and Xbox Series X when both consoles launch, with PS 4 players and Xbox One players being able to upgrade to the next-gen version for free. Unfortunately, the game will not be able to use the crawler.

The gameplay is presented from a third-person perspective. It can be playable in both single-player and multiplayer. The game features an online co-op mode, offering the players to assemble a team of heroes of their own. Besides, each hero possess a variety of costume customization features as well as the capacity to upgrade their powers and abilities by using a skill tree.


Marvel’s Avengers get a series of betas on some platforms before launch. There is ¬†an earlier beta for those who preordered the game and a later open beta for everyone else. You are able to check out all of the Marvel’s Avengers beta dates below:

  • August 7 – PS pre order beta.
  • August 14 – Xbox and PC pre order beta.
  • August 14 – PS open beta.
  • August 21 – Xbox and PC open beta.

The War Table stream from July 29th broke down all the missions and activities available during the beta, including a special character title you are able to earn by excelling at special challenges.


Emma got her hands on the Marvel’s Avengers beta. She says that the Hulk takes multiple swipes with his big, green fists to do away with enemies. Playing him does not feel terribly different from other heroes either. For the most part, you are able to get by on a Normal difficulty by mashing just two buttons. Approaching the same types of opponents in a similar fashion quickly becomes a monotonous slog, and while each hero has their own style, it is far from feeling truly unique. After you have learned one character, you have essentially learned them all. Between managing too much gear, a lot of grinding, and same-y heroes, she says that the beta has well put her off wanting to play the full game.


The news is not entirely surprising, Sony does have the rights to Spider-Man in both film and gaming at the moment, but it is still a slap in the face to the folks excited to play Avengers on the PC and Xbox One. You have to know that more heroes are coming to the game post-launch, so it is a shame the first reveal is entirely bad news to anyone not on PS4. Here is  hoping Sony decides to be cool someday and sets the web swinger free. Now, the statement has been removed, but the Wayback Machine gives tangible proof that it was there until recently.

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