Marvel's Avengers has a new MCU surprise for fans on Google Stadia, PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and the Xbox Series consoles. The surprise won't be available until tomorrow, but it's been revealed today. After shying away from the MCU before release, the Crystal Dynamics game has gone all in on MCU content post-release, primarily in the form of MCU suits for various characters. The majority of these MCU skins have seemingly been for Iron Man and Captain America, the game's two most popular characters, but the latest is for Thor.
Using the official Marvel's Avengers Twitter account, Crystal Dynamics has announced that the Thor: Ragnarok-inspired 'Roadworn' Outfit is being added tomorrow via the Marketplace, which means you will need to pay for it. Alongside making this announcement, it also provided fans with their first look at that outfit. What hasn't been revealed is pricing information, but the suit will presumably run at the same rate as other previous MCU skins.
"Asgard up in flames. Falling to ruins. And you, Surtur. The center of it all," reads the tweet. "The Marvel Studios' 'Thor: Ragnarok'-inspired 'Roadworn' Outfit shows the God of Thunder carrying a most impressive trophy."
"Asgard up in flames. Falling to ruins. And you, Surtur. The center of it all."— Marvel's Avengers (@PlayAvengers) November 9, 2022
The Marvel Studios' 'Thor: Ragnarok'-inspired 'Roadworn' Outfit shows the God of Thunder carrying a most impressive trophy.
Available tomorrow in the Marketplace! pic.twitter.com/4EACUtQ6x9
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