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Regrettably, Marvel’s Avengers does not finish leaving a controversy to enter another. On this occasion, a section of the community expressed their displeasure after Crystal Dynamics confirmed that Spider-Man, the new DLC character that will debut next week, will not have its own story missions.

Of course, this situation differs from what was seen in previous updates. For example, the arrival of superheroes Kate Bishop, Hawkeye and Black Panther was accompanied by some special missions that significantly expanded the narrative and presented the motivations and other details of the new characters.

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Sadly, the spider hero will not receive the same treatment. Instead of having a short campaign, its narrative arc will be presented to us through audio logs and illustrated scenes that we can unlock by successfully completing the challenges that will be added to the regular missions present in the multiplayer of Marvel’s Avengers.

Why won’t Spider-Man have a campaign in Marvel’s Avengers?

Obviously, fans are not happy with the absence of story missions for the superhero in the red and blue tights. With this in mind, it is undeniable that they asked the following: why did Crystal Dynamics choose to go in this direction?

Fortunately, we already know the answer to that question, but it will surely disappoint many. In an exclusive chat with the portal IGN, Philippe Therien, director of Marvel’s Avengers, explained that the studio decided not to create story missions focused on Spider-Man to focus on the next raid and content that all players can enjoy.

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We must remember that Spider-Man is an exclusive for PlayStation players. Thus, it appears that Crystal Dynamics did not consider it wise to devote a lot of resources to creating content that will only be accessible to a section of the community.

We remind you that Spider-Man: With Great Power Hero Event will come to Marvel’s Avengers next November 30.

But tell us, what do you think of this situation? Does it bother you that Spider-Man doesn’t have his own story missions? Let us read you in the comments.

Marvel’s Avengers is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC. You can find more about him if you click here.

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