Marvel's Avengers 'Operation: Kate Bishop - Taking Aim' release date unveiled

Brenda Watkins
November 20, 2020

As Marvel's Avengers continues through its content roadmap, Operations will bring on new heroes, villains, biomes, and more.

Of course, as with any of Marvel's Avengers' other playable characters, Kate Bishop will have plenty of new outfits to unlock.

Avengers, while still perhaps the most dunked-on game of 2020, has got a solid mechanical baseline for new content - I wrote a review to that effect a few months ago, you should check it out - and new stuff aplenty is on the way.

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Marvel's Avengers is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

The first post-launch arc is called "Operation taking AIM" and will focus on Kate as she attempts to find and recover Hawkeye, while also uncovering an AIM plot and risky new enemy, the Super Adaptoid. After being thought dead, Kate embarks on a rescue mission for her mentor, Clint "Hawkeye" Barton - using a bridge through time to rescue him, and cut antagonist Monica Rappaccini "off from her future self". Players will need to take Kate on a time-traveling adventure using some of Hank Pym's tech to save the original archer hero. She'll also have the ability to teleport short distances and double jumping for traversal, and naturally different types of arrows for different attacks. The team points to the Super Adaptoid fight as being a multiplayer only encounter. It features an unprecedented campaign of the character Kate Bishop in search of Clint Barton, the Hawkeye - which will also be included in the game in early 2021. The video gives a quick tease of Operation Hawkeye: Future Imperfect, the next big update, which launches in 2021.

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