Marvel’s Avengers – Endgame Edition Breakdown
We’ve added a ton of content to Marvel’s Avengers since launch last September. Our game continued to evolve with new playable heroes like Kate Bishop and Hawkeye, challenging events like our Red Room Takeover, and iconic cosmetic items for you to collect.
Today, we are excited to chat about our new digital-only Endgame Edition, which bundles together all this content, including our new War for Wakanda Expansion and nearly $75-worth of fan-favorite cosmetic items.
To start, Endgame Edition launches on Aug. 17th, 2021 for $59.99 USD. It will include the base game, all Heroes, and eight fan-favorite outfits, including two that were inspired by Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame! It’s also the same day that we launch our Black Panther Expansion in our new War for Wakanda content drop. We give away all of our story Expansions for free, so when you buy Endgame Edition, all of our War for Wakanda content is included. That’s hours of new story content featuring characters like Shuri and Okoye, new Villains to fight including Klaue and Crossbones, a brand new Wakandan jungle environment, new objectives and missions, and dozens of cosmetic items for our new playable character: King T’Challa… the Black Panther!
We also have a great deal for existing players! If you already own the game, there will be a Premium In-Game Upgrade for $20 USD that will include all eight of the outfits that are included in the Endgame Edition.
Marvel’s Avengers is loaded with iconic outfits pulled from decades of Marvel history. Let’s dive into each of the outfits that come bundled into the Endgame Edition:
Black Widow – Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame Outfit
This is our Natasha Romanoff’s final look in Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame before she meets her fate on Vormir. The outfit includes her back-mounted tasers, which makes her silhouette in this outfit unique from that of her other outfits.
Hawkeye – Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame Outfit
This is meant to be Hawkeye’s redemption outfit. This is Hawkeye coming back to who he is after spending five years in a very dark place. While Hawkeye still wears the colors of his Ronin outfit, this outfit shows Hawkeye re-emerging as himself again.
Iron Man – Bleeding Edge Outfit
The Bleeding Edge Outfit is based on the design of Iron Man’s post-Civil War Stark Resilient Armor, which was a look originally created by Salvador Larroca. Its main signature is the mini repulsor reactors that are sprinkled throughout the design.
Hulk – Gladiator Outfit
In “Planet Hulk” – one of the Hulk’s most popular series – the big green guy inadvertently becomes the champion of a gladiatorial society on the planet Sakaar. The story was later loosely adapted in Marvel Studios’ Thor: Ragnarok.
This legendary outfit shows Hulk geared up and ready to take on Sakaar’s ‘Red King.’
Captain America – Ultimate Patriot Outfit
Ultimate Patriot is an outfit inspired by Cap’s look in the Marvel NOW run – a series that starts with him trapped in an upside-down territory called Dimension Z. This is one of Cap’s more tactically inspired suits.
Young Thor Outfit
This outfit is based on Thor’s look in the Thor: Son of Asgard series, which recounts Thor’s early adventures with Sif and Baldur and his quest to become worthy enough to lift Mjolnir.
Ms. Marvel – Advanced Outfit
This outfit is a Crystal-original design that creates a next-level, bespoke look for the protector of Jersey City… and the world.
Kate Bishop – Hawkingbird Outfit
This is an outfit Kate made ad hoc, assembled with tools from both Hawkeye and Mockingbird thrown over the destroyed bridesmaid dress she wore for her sister’s wedding.
Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame Edition will be available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Stadia, and PC for digital download only.