However will “enhance” their appears earlier than launch.
When Marvel’s Avengers debuted at E3 2019, the designs of the 5 heroes have been met with heavy fan criticism on-line, with the primary grievance being they seemed like a pale imitation of the MCU Avengers of which they have been clearly primarily based on. Some cited how the Avengers’ faces created an “uncanny valley” impact as a result of they appear a number of levels off from the actors who performed them on display screen.
Different parts that have been picked on embody Captain America’s overly cumbersome riot gear-inspired costume and the clunky discs that make it appear like Thor has a sound system mounted on his chest.
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IGN spoke with Crystal Dynamics lead artistic director Shaun Escayg concerning the detrimental response from the neighborhood and he was adamant that the designs wouldn’t be modified.
“We’re all the time listening to, and welcome suggestions from our neighborhood. There are at present no plans to alter our character designs,” Escayg mentioned.
Escayg went on to focus on that whereas the designs of the characters wouldn’t be modified, the sport remains to be within the early phases and can obtain extra polish earlier than launch.
“The trailer is exhibiting pre-alpha gameplay footage, which implies the extent of element and total polish of the character fashions will completely proceed to enhance as we get nearer to launch,” Escayg defined.
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