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Fantastic Four Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 DLC detailed

Fantastic Four Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 DLC detailed

The Marvel Games Twitter account has offered some new particulars relating to the post-game story mode downloadable content material for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order. The closing DLC launch will characteristic God Emperor Doom which the Fantastic Four and the opposite assembled heroes should deal with in Shadow of Doom. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order – Shadow of Doom will probably be obtainable on Nintendo Switch later in the present day,  Here’s the Marvel Ultimate Alliance Three patch notes:

  • Downloadable Content
    • Now helps paid DLC, Fantastic Four: Shadow of Doom. Purchase to get pleasure from the next content material:
      • New story mode, that depicts the occasions after the battles of the primary recreation.
      • Added new Fantastic Four playable characters:
        • Mister Fantastic
        • Invisible Woman
        • Human Torch
        • The Thing
        • …And maybe extra!
      • Higher coaching ranges added to DANGER ROOM.
      • New gauntlets added to GAUNTLET.
  • Free Update
    • Play a part of the brand new STORY MODE at no cost.
    • Added new outfits to unlock.
    • Added new voice traces to unlock.
    • New ISO-Eight results added.
    • Level cap for heroes raised to 300.
    • Added new slots the place you may equip ISO-8.
    • Added new nodes to unlock in Alliance Enhancement.
    • You can now play new limited-time occasions.
    • Fixed numerous different points to enhance recreation expertise.

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