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Paid and Free Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 X-Men and Guardians of the Galaxy Costumes Coming

The final Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 DLC is about to drop. Shadow of Doom goes to debut on March 26, 2020. But the brand new Fantastic Four journey isn’t the one bit of additional content material coming. New outfits are too. While the X-Men costumes will solely be accessible should you purchase the $19.99 enlargement move, the Guardians of the Galaxy costumes shall be for everybody.

First, there are solely going to be 4 X-Men outfits included with the Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 DLC replace. The official Marvel Twitter account revealed they’ll seem on March 25, 2020. Cable will get a Classic costume primarily based on his authentic look, Gambit appears to be like like he did within the Age of Apocalypse storyline, Iceman wears an All-New X-Men costume. Jean Grey goes again to being Marvel Girl.

Paid and Free Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 X-Men and Guardians of the Galaxy Costumes Coming

There are literally extra free Guardians of the Galaxy costumes accessible. Five will present up on March 25, 2020 for everybody. Drax will get a Thanos Imperitive outfit. Gamora will get a Conquest swimsuit, as do Rocket & Groot and Star-Lord. Thanos has an Annihilation costume.

As a reminder, these aren’t the one costumes coming alongside the subsequent Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 DLC replace. A spherical of The Defenders costumes will present up too. These 5 can even be free.

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 is offered for the Nintendo Switch. To get all of the add-ons, it is advisable buy the full expansion pass.

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