There is a likelihood that one of the biggest disappointments of the gaming industry of the last decade is coming to an end soon. Square Enix is about to put the finishing touches on Marvel's Avengers: A Day, Crystal Dynamics' important AAA title on which a huge investment has been made by Square Enix.
The 'final end' of the game may signal the end of support for some games, but for Avengers three years after its release, it will be completely taken off the market and withdrawn from sale. As a follow-up to this content update, there is another scheduled for 3/31 of this year, which will actually only implement the last balancing, and on the last day of September, Marvel's Avengers: A Day is officially withdrawn from sale in all digital stores and will not be available for purchase.
Those who are interested in continuing to play Avengers both online and offline can do so at the same time. There is no plan to shut down the servers anytime soon, and after September 30th, the only way to purchase the game will be through classified ads, as well as by buying it at a remote store shelf should you find it on the shelf. As well as that, the internal Marketplace will be shut down after March 31st.
Credits purchased with real money will be converted into in-game resources that can be used to buy content, and all content that was previously purchased with real money will be gifted to players as gifts. A pittance was received by Square Enix when it sold Tomb Raider, Deus Ex, Legacy of Kain, and its studios A day in the life of Marvel's Avengers was released in September 2020 and was far from a bad game.
However, it did not recoup the money invested in the game. This game was the result of Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix failing to make an endgame that would keep players, new content not being released on time or not at all, people not connecting with the characters because they lacked the charisma of the MCU actors, and technical difficulties that accentuated these problems.