To Remove Thor’s Helmet, Marvel’s Avengers Will Charge You $14. – Marvel’s Avengers is still a thing and keeps getting new material. Since one of the most recent skins added to the game is simply a skin that has already been in the game for a time with the helmet removed, the adjective “new” is carrying a lot of weight in this particular instance.
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According to GamesRadar, the new skin, dubbed Unhelmed by Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics, is a variation of a previous Thor skin. A skin that costs 1,400 credits, or about $14, and is based on Thor’s original appearance from the MCU. The clothing is exactly the same in the Unhelmeted variation of that skin. It’s not just that they “kind of look similar,” it’s literally the same skin without the helmet.
It would have been acceptable to include the variant and give the ordinary MCU Thor skin away for free, but that’s not what’s occurring in this case. For 1,900 credits, you may presently purchase both the original skin and the helmet-less version at a discounted price if you already own the original skin.
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In @midnightsuns you dont have to pay to unequip a helmet. Get on their level
— Code Name: Peep Peep (@PineappleB33) January 12, 2023
This has received some controversy. It’s a little unexpected because it shows that there are still enough players of Marvel’s Avengers for there to be any negative reactions. Players have brought up Midnight Suns, emphasising the fact that you are not charged anything, much less $14, for what essentially amounts to having the option to remove an item.
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Few people anticipated that Marvel’s Avengers would reach its third anniversary this year. With no new characters confirmed and reports that the game will be discontinued this year, there is a very real probability that it won’t. We can only hope that Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League’s battle pass mechanics aren’t a sign that DC will be replacing it with one of its own troublesome live service games.