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Marvel’s Avengers teases M.O.D.O.K and Monica in new Villain Sector

Marvel’s Avengers teases M.O.D.O.K and Monica in new Villain Sector

The Marvel Avengers have teased their upcoming Elite Villain Sector. The new one will include returning Monica to the iconic AIM lab.

Marvel’s Avengers has released a brand-new trailer for the upcoming patch on the horizon, which will feature major changes to the current Heroes and a brand new Elite Villain Sector. The new trailer features Monica’s return Monica and the unique and bizarre M.O.D.O.K.

Here’s the complete trailer and announcement, which will introduce the upcoming mission and the story through footage of gameplay and dialogue:

Marvel’s Avengers’new mission looks at once promising and also redundant. On the other side, M.O.D.O.K is always a positive and this character has recently seen an increase in popularity following receiving a new show on Hulu. It’s a nice variation from other genres of villains.

It’s a bit odd that the trailer shows “face down old foes” when fighting Monica once more isn’t exactly an item that fans requested. The trailer suggests that she’ll wear mech-suits which is less exciting. The final battle, featuring single-hit KO blasts of energy was quite a disappointment.

Marvel’s Avengers teases M.O.D.O.K and Monica in new Villain Sector

The game’s latest content doesn’t add enough narrative. This is an issue, since whenever Marvel Avengersactually has the ability to create an interesting new plot.

In particular Black Panther’s mission in Wakanda was enjoyable, unique, and visually enjoyable. Although the villains might not have been particularly unique the sibling banter was a joy to watch and the plot is good and the location enticed various approaches to gaming.

Marvel’s Avengers will modify The Heroes significantly on the day off tomorrow as per the latest patch notes:

It’s a bit unclear what the purpose is behind why all the buffs are being introduced and if the opponents are still balanced. This is because the Marvel Cinematic Universe shows no sign of slowing down, which means there’s plenty to think about to tie in. It’s evident that it’s dire and requires additional villains and a Hero that is a new character with fresh mechanics.

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