Last chance to grab a huge blockbuster game for less than £3 before it’s gone for good

ONE of the biggest releases of 2020 will soon go on sale for good at the end of the month.

To celebrate, it’s on sale on a number of platforms with discounts of up to 90% off.

This is your last week to purchase Marvel's Avengers.


This is your last week to purchase Marvel’s Avengers.Photo credit: Crystal Dynamics

It was previously announced that Marvel’s Avengers would no longer be supported after this September 2023.

Not only will the developer no longer support the game, it will also be permanently removed from sale after the month is up.

The blurb reads: “Assemble your team of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, harness your powers and live your superhero dreams.

“Marvel’s Avengers is an epic third-person action-adventure game that combines an original, cinematic story with single-player and cooperative gameplay.

“Build a team of up to four players online, master extraordinary abilities, assemble an extensive roster of heroes, and defend the Earth from escalating threats.”

You can take on the role of many different Marvel heroes and complete a variety of missions around the world.

The sale includes the definitive edition, including all additional DLC released over the years.

Marvel’s Avengers features a robust single player mode and multiplayer will continue to be available as long as servers last.

While Marvel’s Avengers is currently discounted on almost all platforms, some deals are better than others.

Steam has the best deal we could find, with 90% off the Definitive Edition, which is currently selling for £2.99 ($3.99).

However, if you don’t own a gaming PC or Steam Deck, you can also get a great deal on the PlayStation version.

The Definitive Edition is also currently available at 90% off on the PS Store. However, as the platform price is higher, it is currently £4.49 ($5.99).

The price will never be lower as this is the last week the game will ever be available for sale.

Some games come back on sale years after they were canceled, which seems highly unlikely in the case of Marvel’s Avengers.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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