How the world’s mightiest heroes have fallen. What was once a highly anticipated AAA title, Marvel’s Avengers, is now 90% off (around $4), before officially leaving digital stores altogether, and ceasing support from the developer.

The Final Update announcement was made back in January, which includes a helpful FAQ regarding the winddown.

Marvel’s Avengers was released as an ongoing, live-service game a la Destiny, but quickly failed to meet expectations (and ran into a bit of an identity crisis among players).

Despite the mixed reception, Crystal Dynamics supported the game through three years of content updates and events, including several post-launch heroes such as Hawkeye, Black Panther, and Spider-Man, most with their own mini-questline.

Marvel’s Avengers and all its post-launch DLC will still be playable if you own it. You can play solo or multiplayer with friends. All the grindy, microtransaction stuff will be removed. In fact, if you purchase the game, you’ll get everything, including all the marketplace stuff.

But there won’t be any new content, or balance updates, bug fixes, or tech support.

Still, Marvel’s Avengers is easily worth picking up just for the fun single player campaign that centers around Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan) and several fan-favorite Avengers from the Marvel Cinematic Universe in an original story.

Marvel’s Avengers is available on Steam PC, PlayStation, and Xbox until September 30.

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