Marvel is going all out with promoting Captain America: Civil War on the company’s well-received mobile games. Players of Marvel Future Fight, Avengers Alliance 2, Puzzle Quest, and other Marvel-based games will be able to participate in Civil War this month!
It makes sense for Marvel to promote upcoming movies through available mobile games. It helps give players new content to enjoy as well as build hype for the next film in the MCU.
Marvel Future Fight has already received the Civil War update. I have gone through all of the new content and found the update to be quite enjoyable. Players are able to decide if they want to side with Captain America or Iron Man. Once they make their choice they will have to collect Faction Points in order to defeat the opposing team. New characters such as Thanos, Ebony Maw, Super Giant, and Crossbones have also been added for recruitment.
Civil War comes to Marvel Avengers Alliance 2 through the addition of Special Ops 2. Again players are required to choose a side. Each side has its own unique awards to offer players. Joining Team Iron Man gives Winter Soldier to players while Team Captain America will give them Falcon. Agent 13 can also be recruited through PvP.
The Marvel Puzzle Quest update will be released on May 5th. Depending on the choice made by the players, they will either have to battle a special boss version of Captain America or Iron Man.
In Marvel Contest of Champions, the event presents two missions to players. For players who side with Team Captain America, their mission will involve helping Cap and his team escape from the Battlerealm. Siding with Team Iron Man will allow players to help Tony win the ISO-Sphere.
In Marvel Avengers Academy, new characters such as Black Panther and Winter Soldier have been added. The event storyline will have new portions be released weekly during the Civil War update.
Have you participated in the Civil War by playing any of these games? What did you think of the new content? Let us know.
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