Over 6 million players participated Marvel’s Avengers Beta, and Square Enix are using data collected by the tests to roll out fixes for upcoming games.
In a blog post on officer Marvel’s Avengers The website, Square Enix, revealed that more than 6 million players spent a total of more than 27 million hours playing the game’s beta. There were also over 300 million enemies defeated, 200 million Hulk smashes, 22 million Hulk Busters summoned, and 29 trillion kWh generated by Iron Man’s arc reactor, among other interesting figures.
The data, however, is not just to show. Beta tests are meant to gather data and feedback prior to the actual launch of a game, and Square Enix said players made “a huge impact” Marvel’s Avengers.
Among the improvements in Square Enix, Marvel’s Avengers One day includes the addition of a patch to eliminate various crashes and improve matchmaking, which will resolve many of the issues raised in the beta. Features that will be added due to player feedback include camera shake sensitivity and options to adjust motion blur, loot drop delay, and default settings changes.
Square Enix also provided a glimpse to a person working for future updates, namely a ping system in battlefield mode, options for subtitle size, and a high-contrast setting.
Marvel’s Avengers It will launch on 1 September for early-access players, with a global launch on 4 September.
X-Men in Marvel’s Avengers?
Marvel’s Avengers Creative director Sean Eskag said in an interview that the game’s license spans more than 80 years of Marvel’s history. This leaves the door for the X-Men to join the game in the future.
The list of X-Men joining the Avengers at some point in Marvel history includes Beast, Wolverine, Storm and Rogue.