Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2 comes to Windows 10

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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The wait has ended: Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2 has finally landed in the Microsoft Store. The sequel to the smash hit Marvel: Avengers Alliance brings a more robust mobile gaming experience, greater customization and awesome visuals. In the follow-up, the context of the game is the same: players must assemble a team of superheroes from Daredevil and Spider-Man to heroes from teams like the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Avengers to fight against Ultron, Baron Strucker, and other menacing super villains.

To make things more difficult, a bizarre set of galactic collisions called Incursions have threatened the fate of Earth. Use the powerful energy of Iso-8 to prevent the destruction of the universe by yourself or with friends and other players from around the world to carry on this battle against the most evil of enemies.

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The app contains social media links to connect with others so you can let others know how brave you are. There are also in-app purchases that cost real money, so pay attention what you click on (because that Vault of Gold costs $99.99!). If you’re the free-to-play type, you can watch ads for rewards since the game comes with third party advertising .

Here’s for a brief description of the game:

  • assemble the ultimate team to defeat notorious super villains

  • strategize and defeat evil forces in epic 3-on-3 combat

  • level-up and customize Super Heroes

  • collect and equip unique abilities for each Super Hero

  • take on dozens of replayable missions

  • win bonus rewards for completing Daily Operations

  • get powerful rewards in PVP tournaments

  • team up with friends’ Super Heroes to conquer missions

Despite the fun the game promises, many users have complained about game crashes after the first day:

This game worked fine for the first day. Played it for an hour, tried the second day, app doesn’t work. Now have tried for the last 4 days to no prevail. It doesn’t work.

Another player confirms:

I’ve installed this twice now, same thing issue both times. Game works the first time, the second day it stops working and crashes on the Marvel startup screen.

An upgrade to Windows 10 is necessary to play this game and maybe explains why the game crashed for certain users. Try it out for yourself though: download the game from the Microsoft Store.

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