(Country) – Marvel Future Fight is one of the most successful superhero-themed games at the moment.
Launched in April 2015, Marvel Future Fight initially did not receive too much attention from the gaming community. At that time, Marvel-themed games were appearing a lot, and at the same time, it was often not attractive for gamers to wait. But over time, Marvel Future Fight gradually proved its appeal. Then recently, according to statistics from Netmarble Games – the developer of the game, Marvel Future Fight has had up to 150 million players globally, up to the present time.
Marvel Future Fight is one of the most successful superhero themed games
This is certainly an extremely impressive number, clearly showing the success and efforts of Netmarble Games over the past 7 years for its pet project. Also on this occasion, the Korean developer has offered many incentives for players. In addition to adding new content routes, Netmarble Games also makes it easier for gamers to access many new superheroes through in-store discounts.
Up to now, Marvel Future Fight has 249 characters – a huge number for players to explore and develop their own favorite squad. With a creative upgrade system, exploitation and simulation quite similar to the character classes in Marvel’s superhero world, it is easy to understand why even after 7 years have passed, Marvel Future Fight has always maintained its strength. Its attraction that the number of 150 million players is the clearest proof.
The game possesses a very diverse character class, which is closely monitored by Marvel in every smallest design stage
Remember, throughout its development journey, Netmarble Games always has to work closely with Marvel for the smallest steps such as character design, detailed characteristics of each superhero. In addition, the plot of the game is also written by Peter David – Marvel’s best-selling comic book writer.
In the first two years of its release alone, the game surpassed the 50 million download mark. Currently, Marvel Future Fight is being released on mobile platforms, both Android and iOS.