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Marvel’s Avengers is removing paid XP boosts today after massive backlash from fans

Marvel’s Avengers developer Crystal dynamics and editor Square Enix are currently on their way back as they decline the introduction of paid XP boosts after an incredible backlash from fans.

The news was announced through a tweet from the official Marvel’s Avengers Twitter account that included a statement acknowledging the backlash and explaining their decision. Says the developer, “We introduced them as an option for an evolving player base and didn’t see them as pay-to-win as they don’t provide direct power.”

You can watch the full tweet here:

It’s good to see Crystal dynamics listening to player feedback, but it’s worrying that this has even been implemented. fact is that Square Enix said they would not add microtransactions of this type and it will be difficult to gain player trust after something like this.

It’s also weird that they wait until the end of the day to remove the microtransactions as if they would continue to allow the players who are ready to take advantage of the upgrades to do so.

Overall, it seems like a bad time Marvel’s Avengers, especially when Guardian of the Galaxy is praised as what the players wanted avenger come first.

Source – [Twitter]



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