It was only late last month that Marvel Ultimate Alliance had an upgraded version released on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. While fans of the beat’em up title were happy to see a revamped version of the game, those who purchased it on PC were disappointed to see it riddled with glitches and bugs. Looks like we’re about to see some changes to this little mess.
With the negative feedback of Marvel Ultimate Alliance on PC, the first patch has been made and released. While it may not fix everything that players have noticed is wrong, it is certainly a good start. Here are the full notes:
- Controller mapping improvements that address both Xbox One and Xbox 360 buttons, triggers, and a problem specifically with the A button.
- General improvements to audio and fixes for the crackling sounds.
- Improvements to player invitations for Marvel Ultimate Alliance.
- UI updates and fixes for desync/disconnection issues when playing online.
In addition to this, Activision announced that all the DLC for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 will be arriving for free to those who purchased either the game standalone or with the bundle that includes the first Ultimate Alliance. The DLC for the first game in the series will be arriving sometime in the next couple of weeks.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1 and 2 are available now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.