Marvel Super War – the comic inspired mobile MOBA from NetEase – has just entered its second in game season.
Since its launch back in January, Marvel Super War has continued to expand its roster with a whole host of heroes and villains, many of them being MCU favourites.
The latest to join Super War’s playable lineup is Hela, the Asgardian Goddess of Death, who appeared as the main antagonist in 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok.
She’s the game’s latest energy class character with a high damage potential, combining the deadly Nightsword as well as her necromantic powers to summon undead allies.
This latest update to Super War adds a new, highly requested feature to the popular MOBA: Guilds. The Guild system will allow players to connect, form teams, and launch into matches while also completing guild quests for rewards.
During season 2 new costumes will also be added to Super War including Avengers: Endgame outfits for Ant-Man, Rocket Raccoon, and War Machine.
While the response to Marvel Super War has been mostly positive, the player community has grown impatient due to the lack of a global release. Currently, the MOBA is only available in selected countries. These include Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, and India.
Although it’s easy to download and install on your mobile device regardless of country, those outside this region continue to butt against high ping and connection issues.
When reaching out to NetEase for information on the game’s global release we were told that there are currently no updates on a launch outside these territories.
Hopefully NetEase will come forward with plans for a worldwide launch in the not too distant future.