Marvel’s Avengers was recently rated by ESRB and was given a rating of T or Teen rating. In the description of the game, the agency points about the combat system and has also mentioned obscene expressions that sound during the battles.
In the description of the rating, you can find some conclusions if you’re familiar with the source material, and if you really do not want to spoil yourself, then better do not proceed ahead. The description also mentions a wide range of combat missions, which seems to hint at a mission structure of some sort.
According to the description of ESRB rating, Marvel’s Avengers “is an action-adventure game in which players assume the roles of the Avengers battling an evil corporation. From a third-person perspective, players engage in a variety of combat missions using each character’s weapons/abilities; characters use melee combat (e.g., punches, kicks, throws, smashes), pistols and machine guns, lasers, thrown projectiles (e.g., hammer, shield, rock) to defeat enemies. Combat can be frenetic, with frequent explosions, cries of pain, and gunfire. The word “sh*t” is heard in the game.”
Marvel’s Avengers is a superhero action game created by Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal Studios, and the publisher for the title is Square Enix. You will find six superheroes in the game, a story campaign, and different cooperative missions.
In recent news, it was confirmed that the game will have a relatively short campaign of about 12 hours.
Previously, Marvel’s Avengers was planned to be released on May 15, but the developers needed extra time, so the release of the game was delayed to September 4, 2020. The title will be released on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.