Every playable character in Marvel’s Avengers
If we’ve learned anything from Marvel’s comic books and cinematic universe, it’s that the world is always expanding. New villains are always appearing and new heroes are always rushing in to stop them. Crystal Dynamics is taking a similar approach with the game starring Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. Marvel’s Avengers comes out with six playable characters, but those aren’t all heroes we can control when all is said and done. Crystal Dynamics has said that all playable characters will be added at no additional cost, but additional upgrades for those characters can cost money.
Check out all the characters you can play in Marvel’s Avengers, as well as all the heroes that will still appear.
Base game hero
After a disaster at the beginning of the game, Kamala Khan discovers new powers that allow her to grow and lengthen her body in ways that help her fend off enemies and traverse the environment in unique ways. As the protagonist of Marvel’s Avengers, her goal is to assemble a team of outlaw heroes to once again save the world.
The leader of the Avengers, Captain America is killed in the opening scene. His loss is felt throughout the story as the Avengers work together to make his sacrifice meaningful.
The tech genius billionaire in a metal suit is full of gear and weapons to use against the forces of evil.
The former SHIELD super spy is an expert in martial arts and weapons, and has equipment to support her skills.
God of thunder
The mighty thunder god wields his legendary hammer Mjolnir, along with his powerful thunder command.
The gentle Bruce Banner transforms into a giant green angry monster to easily attack enemies and surroundings.
Hero after debut
Hawkeye (Kate Bishop) – December 8, 2020
Clint Barton’s patron joins as the first post-debut hero. As a skilled archer trained by Clint, Kate has similar abilities to him, but has her own set of moves and equipment, including razor arrows, scattershot arrows, and arrows. explosions and smokescreen arrows. She can also teleport around the battlefield using vertical arrows, create holograms, and apply quantum energy to her attacks. She joins as part of Operation: Get the AIM, with the story centered on finding Clint Barton with the Super Adaptoid getting in her way as a new Omega-level villain with it all Avengers abilities.
Hawkeye (Clint Barton) – March 18, 2021
Missing since the events of A-Day, Clint Barton reappears as part of Operation: Imperfect Futures. Set in a future where the world is ravaged by the Kree and nuclear war, Operation: Future Imperfect pits Hawkeye against a deranged Maestro, a transformed version of the Hulk that combines Banner’s intelligence with his superhuman strength. Hulk’s strength. Maestro has killed all the superheroes and super criminals in this theoretical future, and Hawkeye must put an end to his reign.
Black Panther – August 17, 2021
Black Panther joined the Avengers for its first post-launch content drop big enough to be considered an expansion. The War for Wakanda expansion follows King T’Challa and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes as they fend off invading mercenaries led by Klaw and Crossbones.
Spider-Man – November 30, 2021
After much teasing, Crystal Dynamics finally brought Spider-Man to the PlayStation version of Marvel’s Avengers. Instead of offering Spider-Man by extension like Black Panther or Operation like Hawkeye and Kate Bishop, Spider-Man joins the superhero squad without any plot missions or in-engine cutscenes.
Mighty God of Thunder – June 28, 2022
Jane Foster joins the fight in Marvel’s Avengers right before her introduction in Thor: Love & Thunder. Mighty Thor has many of the same abilities as Thor, but with a few changes, including the All-Mother’s Blessing passive and a new Overcharge move, God Tempest.
Hero coming soon
Hero coming soon
Winter Soldier – November 29, 2022
Bucky Barnes joins Earth’s Mightiest Heroes Team in Update 2.7, which includes a climactic battle against MODOK. The Winter Soldier’s kit takes inspiration from friends and training partners like Black Widow and Captain America, but he’s an offensive character throughout, with a particular emphasis on dealing damage in multiple different ways.
Of course, with so many super-powerful heroes on the roster, Marvel’s Avengers needs a steady stream of villainous threats worthy of the team’s attention. Just like with its hero lineup, Marvel’s Avengers has steadily increased its number of villains. Here are the characters you can expect to battle as you play through the base game, and its various post-launch content drops.
Base game villain
- supreme scientist
The villain after debut
- Super adaptive – (Added on 12/8/2020 in Activity: Get AIM)
- conductor – (Added on 3/18/2021 in Activity: Imperfect Future)
- crossbones – (Added on August 17, 2021 in the War for Wakanda)
- Klaw – (Added on August 17, 2021 in the War for Wakanda)
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