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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order

The first DLC pack for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order launches on September 30. Aside from adding new characters, it will also bring in other new features.

As a reminder, here’s everything you can expect:

A new update for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order has gone live. Nintendo has issued version 1.1.0 for all players.

As part of today’s update, Cyclops and Colossus have been added as playable characters. Spider-Man, Hulk, and Captain Marvel have also received the new costumes Symbiote Suit, Planet Hulk, and Ms. Marvel respectively.

We’ll update this post if Nintendo provides further information about the update such as patch notes.

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is getting an update on August 30. When that happens, players will be able to access Cyclops and Colossus. It’ll also add new costumes for Spider-Man, Hulk, and Captain Marvel.

Marvel has now provided a look at the free upcoming costumes. Check out the full set above.

Here’s the news from Marvel, including a brief look at Cyclops and Colossus:

DLC Pack 1 – Marvel Knights: Curse of the Vampire launches for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order on September 30, Nintendo announced today. That date was previously listed by Nintendo UK last month.

Four Marvel Knights characters will be included in the DLC. Players can get their hands on Blade, Moon Knight, The Punisher and Morbius from Marvel Knights.

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If you’ve played some of Team Ninja’s previous games such as Ninja Gaiden, you know how difficult they can be. Apparently that toughness rubbed off on the team when Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order was in development. According to producer Yosuke Hayashi, Marvel Games told Team Ninja that the Switch game was too difficult, which led to adjustments being implemented.

Hayashi told IGN:

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order has received a new update, bringing the game up to Version 1.0.2.

According to the patch notes, this only corrects an issue when it came to players selecting characters more than once. The note can be viewed below.

General:

  • Fixed issue where player could select the same character more than once

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Marvel writer Marc Sumerak lent his talents to Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order. Rather than piggybacking off of the previous two entries, this game starts from scratch, and Sumerak had to figure out how to bring the huge roster together in a cohesive way.

Nintendo published a new interview this week that examines the story in greater detail. Sumerak discussed how he went about writing for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, the challenges involved, and more.

Here’s the full discussion:

My Nintendo is celebrating the launches of Fire Emblem: Three Houses and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order with new rewards. Along with printable boxart covers, there are also a pair of wallpapers. Everything is priced at 50 Platinum Points each.

All of these rewards can be ordered on My Nintendo here. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is out now on Switch.