Gazillion Entertainment have launched a new game update for Marvel Heroes, the free-to-play action-MMORPG set in the Marvel Universe. Marvel Heroes is free-to-play and features 22 Super Heroes, including Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, Wolverine, Hulk and Captain America. Each hero can be customized through unique and extensive leveling systems, power trees, equipment and a robust crafting system.
Players can choose to wear costumes from over 70 years of Marvel history, including costumes from Marvel ’s recent theatrical blockbusters Marvel’s The Avengers and Iron Man 3. Set across diverse locations from the Marvel Universe, Marvel Heroes offers fast-paced, action-packed game play, intense player-versus-player (PvP) combat, and PvE End Game.
Marvel Heroes Patch 1.11 includes:
· Human Torch – Marvel Heroes players can now FLAME ON! as the Human Torch. He includes 25 unique powers and multiple build options.
· Eternity Splinters – Use Eternity Splinters to unlock any hero in any order you chose. Eternity Splinters drop from any enemy in the game.
· New Zone: Midtown Patrol – Enter Manhattan to protect civilians, clean up the streets and deal with attacking groups of super-villains working together.
· And much more – Many heroes upgraded with more build options, performance improvements, many UI enhancements, and experience rates increased.
To celebrate the launch of Patch 1.11, Gazillion Entertainment has released an all new Human Torch character developer diary that can be viewed below.
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