The Marvel’s Avengers Campaign Length Will Be About 10-12 hours, 30 Hours For Everything

One of the main attractions of Marvel’s Avengers will be, according to Crystal Dynamics, its campaign.

This single player adventure, which will complement the expansive multiplayer mode they are designing for the long term in Marvel’s Avengers, will last between 10 and 12 hours, says one of the senior directors of the studio, Rich Briggs.

Briggs thinks the average Campaign Length will depend exactly on how much you deepen and how far you want to go. He adds that if you think of previous Crystal games, you know that if you want to get to the point in the main story, it will be around those parameters of 10 or 12 hours.

But it all depends on our degree of involvement. Briggs also said that if you want to see everything, all side missions and everything else, you could generally wait about 30 hours at the Tomb Raider games.

Although they are not putting those numbers exactly here, you can expect something equivalent to what they have done in the past in this regard. And, of course, you also have the extended narrative with the post launch content.

Nolan North (Iron Man), Troy Baker (Bruce Banner), Laura Bailey (Black Widow), Jeff Schine (Captain America) and Travis Willingham (Thor) are the voice actors of the protagonists in Marvel’s Avengers, although it remains to be seen who will play the Last character confirmed for the game, the sixth, which is none other than Ms. Marvel.

One of the concerns of the studio is how to prevent players from becoming bored.

Scot Amos, leader of Crystal Dynamics explained that they don’t want people to feel bored or run out of things to do. He also says that the team has learned from other rivals within the genre about what works and what doesn’t work and the speed at which the most enthusiastic can consume all the content.

The launch of Marvel’s Avengers, which with each teaser or info convinces us more, is a great opportunity for Crystal Dynamics, now that they have been able to engage in a new project after finishing with the new trilogy of Lara Croft, although the last installment was created by Eidos Montreal.

In fact, the developers compared Marvel’s Avengers precisely with the reboot of Tomb Raider in 2013, which caused a great impact, and like that reboot, it will be “new and original” according to Studio Head Scot Amos.

We stake our reputation on it! Just like we approached Lara Croft back in 2013, we want to show the world how we do things in a new and original way.

Although Crystal Dynamics are those who carry the singing voice of the development of the game, it is worth mentioning that there are no less than four different studios who work on the title, without having to negatively affect the process, according to Amos.

I remind you that Marvel’s Avengers will go on sale on May 15, 2020 for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia.