She-Hulk Rumored To Be Next Avengers DLC Character

In a recent tweet by industry insider Miller, its highly rumored that the next Marvel Avengers character is going to She-Hulk and that she’s going to be voiced Krizia Bajos. As for the credibility of the source, Miller had also previously predicted that Christopher Judge, who voices Kratos in God of War 2018, was going to be Black Panther for Marvel Avengers. 

She-Hulk is also one of the more popular characters in Marvel Comics. While I don’t personally read comics nor am I much into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, she’s still one of the more recognized and often mentioned characters among the many Marvel heroes.

Marvel Avengers She Hulk
While playing around with Iron Man is obviously enjoyable, the enjoyment can only last for so long when the game was marred by a slew of technical issues.

Marvel: Avengers had a very mixed reception from gamers when it was released back in August 2020. The game was lambasted by critics and players alike for its weak loot system, lack of endgame activities and boring combat with poor enemy design. The game has since received frequent updates and support from the developers including additional DLC characters like Spider-Man, Black Panther and Hawkeye.

 Marvel Avengers was also recently criticized for a patch that made the game even more grindy than it was before and introducing microtransactions in a follow-up patch. The game is still receiving new content with a future roadmap already planned for 2022.

Despite its weak reception, Marvel Avengers did very well commercially. With a brand as strong as Avengers it was only expected that the game would be a commercial success either way. However, it seems that Square Enix listened to criticism with this time and tried to rectify that with this year’s Marvel Guardians of The Galaxy, a game that also won Best Narrative at this year’s The Game Awards. 

Muhammad Nameer Zia


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