Gazillion Entertainment announced that Marvel Super Hero Squad Online, the free-to-play online game featuring Super Heroes from the Marvel Universe, has surpassed 4 million registered players worldwide. Since the game launched in 2011, millions of missions have been played, and players have defeated innumerable villains playing as their favourite Marvel Super Heroes, including Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, Wolverine and Captain America.
As part of a continuing effort to enhance the online interactive experience, Gazillion is re-launching HeroUp.com, the Marvel Super Hero Squad Online website and game portal. The redesigned HeroUp.com will allow streamlined access to the game and will also serve as the home site for our European players, creating an even more entertaining, immersive and social experience.
David Brevik, President and COO of Gazillion Entertainment said:
“Breaking 4 million registered users is a tremendous achievement for Marvel Super Hero Squad Online and for Gazillion Entertainment. We love the passion that our players have shown for the game, and we are excited to continue to put out new and exciting content for them to enjoy.”
Rob Steffens, GM of Marvel Studios added:
“We’re very proud of the latest achievements of Super Hero Squad Online and our partner, Gazillion Entertainment. Most importantly, we’re appreciative of the fans, whose support of the game has made it possible to reach this milestone moment.”
Marvel Super Hero Squad Online is a free-to-play, family-friendly game where players can team up with friends and adventure as legendary Super Heroes from the expansive Marvel Universe. Players can engage in exhilarating combat, explore interactive environments, and collect thousands of items. Marvel Super Hero Squad Online has over 85 playable heroes to choose from, including Spider-Man, Wolverine, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Iron Man, Black Widow, Hawkeye and more. Every player has his or her own customizable headquarters, and Marvel Super Hero Squad Online offers more than 30 exciting missions across four zones, arcade games, and a fun Marvel card game.
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