But Spider-Man Remains Trapped On PlayStation 69

But Spider-Man Remains Trapped On PlayStation

Marvel’s Avengers Is Dying, But Spider-Man Remains Trapped On PlayStation

Marvel’s Avengers, the action-adventure game developed by Crystal Dynamics and published by Square Enix, was released in September 2020 to much anticipation and excitement. However, despite the initial hype, the game has struggled to maintain a strong player base and has been criticized for a lack of content and bugs.

One of the most notable issues with the game is the lack of new content updates. Players have complained that there is not enough to do in the game and that the repetitive missions quickly become stale. Additionally, many players have reported bugs and glitches that have made the game unplayable at times.

Despite these issues, one bright spot for the game has been the inclusion of Spider-Man as a playable character. The character, who is exclusive to the PlayStation version of the game, has been well-received by players and has brought some much-needed excitement to the game.


However, even the inclusion of Spider-Man may not be enough to save Marvel’s Avengers from its current struggles. The game’s player base has been declining rapidly, and it seems unlikely that the game will be able to bounce back. This is a shame, as the game had a lot of potential, but unfortunately, it has failed to live up to expectations.

In conclusion, Marvel’s Avengers is dying, but it is important to remember that Spider-Man remains trapped on PlayStation, and it is a missed opportunity for other platform players who also wanted to enjoy the game. It is important for game developers to listen to player feedback and continue to improve the game and add new content to keep players engaged.

Square Enix, the company behind the game Marvel’s Avengers, announced that the game will not receive any new updates or content after March 31st. This means that the game will no longer have official support and digital sales will also end on September 30th, 2023. This means that players will still be able to play the game offline and online with friends after these dates, but the game will no longer receive updates or new content.

Despite this, Crystal Dynamics, the developer of the game, has announced that the character of Spider-Man will remain exclusive to the PS4 and PS5 versions of the game. This has been a source of controversy for the game, as it was announced shortly before the game’s release that Spider-Man would only be available on the PlayStation versions of the game, and not on Xbox or PC.

This caused confusion among fans, as it was thought that the character of Spider-Man could only exist on PlayStation consoles, but this is not the case. Sony only owns the film rights to the character, not the game rights. Despite this, Spider-Man has remained exclusive to the PlayStation versions of the game, even as the game’s player base has declined.

And yet, Crystal Dynamics confirmed in a blog post on January 20 that Spider-Man will still not be coming to Xbox or PC. What a shame! Even as the failed live-service game dies, none of Spidey’s corporate overlords can agree to let him swing free across all platforms for the few Avengers players out there still enjoying the game.

2 thoughts on “But Spider-Man Remains Trapped On PlayStation 69”

Leave a Comment