With the ports of Marvel Ultimate Alliance and Ultimate Alliance 2, gamers were introduced to an array of bugs that were present in the PC version, as well as the lack of DLC that was included in both versions of the game.
Bill Rosemann, the creative director at marvel games addressed the situation on a post he made on Twitter this week.
Rosemann stated on his Twitter account that an update was on the way for both of these games that would address the bugs that currently exist in the PC versions, as well as add in the DLC for these games as well.
Rosemann did not specify when these changes would be put in place, but he assured use that they would be coming soon.
The remastered versions of Marvel Ultimate Alliance and Ultimate Alliance 2 were announced at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. The games feature improvements to the user interface, as well as both graphical and performance enhancements to both versions. Along with the game’s local co-op mode, the remastered versions now include online matchmaking.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance and Ultimate Alliance 2 are available digitally on Xbox One, PlayStation and PC. The original Ultimate Alliance was released in 2006, while Ultimate Alliance 2 launched back in 2009.