They’re listening to player feedback.
Square Enix, Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal have released a new Steam patch in an attempt to address the stability issues plaguing Marvel’s Avengers on PC since early access launch on 1 September 2020.
According to the Steam page, fixes in patch V1.0 Build 12.9 addresses issues with the NVIDIA 10-series driver that was causing crashes, a DEVICE_HUNG crash some players ran into in the sewers, and a bug that prevented some from throwing rocks as Hulk or shooting as Iron Man.
The patch also enables Steam Cloud to “to easily synchronise your save-games between multiple PCs”. The developers also confirmed that they will be working on fixing other issues in future patches.
As of now, even the console versions of the game are riddled with bugs and technical issues. Check out our full review of Marvel’s Avengers here. Square Enix has previously confirmed that more heroes like Hawkeye and Kate Bishop will be joining the game’s roster.