Gazillion Entertainment have announced that Game Update 1.2 for Marvel Heroes, the free-to-play action-MMORPG set in the Marvel Universe, is now live worldwide. According to the press release, this new update features a playable Emma Frost character, new difficulty modes, a new game zone and various system changes.
Marvel Heroes is free-to-play and features 23 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.
Marvel Heroes Game Update 1.2 includes:
· Emma Frost – Players can now play as the iconic heroine Emma Frost! Experience her Omega level telepathic powers and diamond form. Ever want to mind control a T-Rex? Now you can!
· Difficulty Modes –Players can now choose their difficulty level (Normal, Heroic, or Super Heroic), challenging the hardcore players to up their game and put their superheroes’ powers to the true test.
· New Zone: Queens Bank Heist – An all-new zone, Queens features the Bank Heist mission that pits new players against the infamous Black Cat.
· And much more – Major game system changes include an Upgraded Defense System, brand new Relic and Unique item types, and new Artifacts in addition to performance upgrades, experience gain increases, power scaling and more.
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