MARVEL Future Fight Receives Avengers: Infinity War Update

Netmarble's MARVEL Future Fight for Android has a brand new update rolling out in conjunction with Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War’s theatrical release, bringing film-inspired content to the action RPG. Primarily, that means new Infinity War-based costumes for both Super Heroes and Super Villains, as well as new characters and challenges being to the game’s World Boss Ultimate mode. However, the update includes a bit more than that, as well. Character-specific updates have been applied, allowing further upgrade options for Iron Man, Spider-Man, Star-Lord, Rocket, Cull Obsidian, Ebony Maw, Hulkbuster, War Machine, and Scarlet Witch. S.H.I.E.L.D. Lab has been updated, too. So users can take advantage of new Advanced Mythic grade missions and a new Item Shop that utilizes a newly added “Dimensional Tokens” in-game currency. Beyond that, unspecified user experience and interface optimizations have been made to help the game run a bit more smoothly and make things easier to navigate. So, this is a relatively hefty update.

With that said, the primary changes are those new costumes and characters. In World Boss Ultimate mode, players can now take on Corvus Glaive and Cull Obsidian (Black Dwarf) via new challenges. That extends the content available by quite a bit and should be a welcome addition to the already popular MARVEL-inspired title. However, uniforms have also been added to bring character looks more in-line with the movie series. That means, for example, that Captain America can now be outfitted with his darker, more rugged look from Avenger's Infinity War. Each of the other characters has a similar new aesthetic available, too. So nobody necessarily needs to feel left out just because their favorite character isn't the same as everybody else's.

The update itself is, of course, free and comes packed in as part of the game for new players to the title. As with updates to other games on the Google Play Store, this is rolling out over time. So it shouldn't be too concerning if it hasn't hit everyone's handset or tablet just yet. It goes without saying that all of the great gameplay from the prior versions has remained intact, too. So anybody interested in checking it out will want to head over through the button below.

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