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Marvel: Future Fight

Marvel Future Fight is a 2015 superhero-themed video game.[1] The game is created by Netmarble Games and released on April 30, 2015. This game is directly affiliated with Marvel Entertainment under Disney.

Marvel Future Fight
Marvel Future Fight loading screen.jpg
Loading screen for Marvel Future Fight Captain America: Civil War update
Developer(s)Netmarble Games
Publisher(s)Netmarble Games
Platform(s)iOS, Android
  • WW: April 30, 2015
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer



In a near future, various dimensions start collapsing. Thor, Black Bolt, and Black Panther are investigating the collapse before encountering a dead Captain America and versions of themselves, who they duel and defeat. In the future, a dying Nick Fury sends his robotic aid, Jocasta, to the player, with a message telling the player to get a group of heroes to restore the balance. After obtaining the heroes Captain America, Black Widow, and Iron Man, Ultron attacks Stark Tower. While fighting off the Ultrons, Jocasta remarks that something seems "off" about them, and the heroes see strange things, like a War Machine armor Tony Stark didn't make, and a hostile Vision. Eventually, the Ultrons leave without much visible damage, but Jocasta finds out that they kidnapped a Stark Industries employee, Jemma Simmons, who was studying alternate dimensions. The heroes rescue Jemma from AIM. Jemma tells them that they took her research in dimensions. Soon afterward, while trying to locate MODOK, the heroes encounter dimensional alternates of several heroes and villains, and realize that AIM has built a device to send people between dimensions. Eventually, the heroes take down MODOK, who reveals that he was trying to research Ultron by summoning his dimensional alternates before Red Skull stole the dimension transporter. After that, SHIELD agents begin to be attacked on the streets by thugs with ISO-8 enhanced weapons, and supposedly secret S.H.I.E.L.D. bases are raided. After fighting off the thugs as well as the Hand, the team chases after Red Skull and Hydra. After defeating Red Skull and Ultron, a large dimension transference device is opened and dimensions begin to collapse. Future versions of the heroes appear, attempting to destroy the world to save theirs. Agent 13 reveals to the team that Captain America was imprisoned after he refused to help destroy the world. Eventually, the team defeats all of their future selves and save the world by splitting dimensions through Jocasta, with help from MODOK.

Afterwards, Jemma Simmons contacts her Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. counterpart, and informs her that their dimension's Helicarrier is under attack from the Inhumans, led by Raina. A team of Daisy Johnson, Agent Coulson, and Melinda May, with support from the arriving Sif, manage to defeat the Inhumans and clear them out of the Helicarrier. However, Gordon, a teleporting Inhuman, teleports Raina and himself to Afterlife, an Inhuman town. Agent Coulson's team infiltrates Afterlife, where, after defeating several waves of Inhumans, they encounter Lincoln Campbell, a misguided Inhuman with the ability to control electricity. After defeating him, the team convinces Lincoln that they are the good guys. Lincoln then informs the team that Raina and Gordon fled to a Hydra base in the Arctic. The team then attacks the Arctic base and subdue Raina, but Gordon manages to escape.

Jocasta brings news to Iron Man, that Jemma Simmons has reached Asgard in her quest to study the dimension rifts. She also informs him that Thor is fighting Trolls that have invaded Earth. The team meet up with Thor and quell the invasion lead by Ulik. The troll reveals that he was a distraction, so that Loki and Amora succeed in acquiring Norn Stones for Loki's latest scheme.The team then travel to Jöthunheim where Loki and Amora seek the Norn Stones. Once there they face off against Ymir the frost giant, when he is defeated they learn that Loki has gone deeper into Jötunheim to retrieve the norn stone. The team catch up with Loki where seemingly Amora has betrayed him and taken the norn stone to Muspelheim. The team deduce that Amora seeks to activate the Norn stone with Surtur's help. Arriving in Muspelheim they are confronted by Malekith who is assisting Amora use the norn stones to control the Asgardian Gods. They eventually meet Surtur where they learn that Amora struck a deal with him and has now gone to Asgard. In Asgard Amora charms Fandral, Volstagg, Hogun one by one, and pits them against the heroes. Securing the Odinsword she escapes, beginning Ragnarok with the sword's removal. The Warriors Three are brought back to their senses and join the team against the Ragnarok invasion, Hela and her undead army as well as the Fenris wolf who has come to devour Odin. The All-Father is vulnerable as he is in Odinsleep, the team manage to hold back the invasion just long enough for Odin to awake and be briefed on the situation. Meanwhile, Ymir is back and is attacking Asgard and the team face of against him. On defeating him yet again they learn of his alliance with Jormungand. The team help defeat Jormungand and avert the prophesied death of Thor by his poison. Jormungand reveals to Thor Amora's deal with Surtur to provide him the Odinsword. They track down Amora and try to stop her but she escapes and succeeds in teleporting the sword to Surtur. The team along with Odin track down Surtur and seemingly defeat him only for him to hand over the sword into Odin's hands. Odin then disappears to Midgard (Earth) and the team learn that it was Loki's plan all along and that Surtur has sent Odin to destroy Midgard. The team head back to Earth to stop Odin where they fight to bring Odin back to himself. When the All-Father is back to normal the team inquires of Jemma Simmons. Volstagg assures them she has been taken to a safe place and that Doctor Strange had arrived from one of the dimension rifts.

Doctor Strange explains that Dr. Simmons and he have honed in on an energy signal similar to the convergence device lost in the battle against Ultron. The team believe that it is the Ultimates working to solve the problem of the dimensions collapsing. When they arrive at the Ultimates HQ - The Triskellion, they are confronted by the defense systems drones and a skeptical Black Panther who believes they are from another dimension. After overpowering Black Panther and assuring him of their identity they proceed on to meet Blue Marvel who is working on the device to seal the dimension rifts. Blue Marvel apologizes for the hostile security drones and Black Panther informs them that the means to shut them down lies in the lab at the heart of the Triskelion. Arriving at the lab they are attacked by America Chavez who again believes the heroes are from another dimension. They manage to convince her but soon come to realize that the Triskelion has gone in full lock down. Anti-Man and another dangerous inmate, detained by the Ultimates had escaped containment. They soon confront Anti-Man who is not to happy with Blue Marvel putting him in containment alongside the unknown inmate. The heroes fight Anti-Man and try to subdue him, but he escapes with a warning that the other inmates has plans for him and the heroes too. At this point the team are curious to know who the other inmate is, demanding answers they find it is Thanos, the Mad Titan. With the help of Jemma Simmons the team come up with a means to track Thanos's chronal signature. They trace him to a place in Earth's lower orbit and decide to contact Alpha Flight to intercept. However contact with Alpha Flight is compromised the Aerolith transportation won't work and Jocasta finds from their system records, that Ebony Maw had been brought to the station prior to this development. With the help of the teleporting abilities of America Chavez they are able to arrive at the Alpha Flight station. They are confronted by Captain Marvel under the mind control of Ebony Maw, and they manage to revert after defeating her only to find that the new Quasar(Avril Kincaid) is also under mind control and is taking apart the space station. They successfully manage to defeat and break Quasar out of the mind control too. With her cosmic awareness she is able to pinpoint the location of Ebony Maw. Iron Man, using Nano-tech sound dampeners, blocks out Ebony Maw's voice and nullifies his mind control allowing the team to defeat him. Alas, Thanos was using Ebony Maw as a distraction to lure the heroes away has returned to the Triskelion. Back there, they are greeted by Anti-Man again on arrival. Hearing Thanos's false promises to Anti-Man for a better future, Tony and Adam Brashear are able to piece together Thanos' true intentions. In order to please Death he intends to use the convergence device to open a rift to the future and destroy reality using the unstable Anti-Man. The heroes are able to defeat and reason with Anti-man bringing him back under control. They then proceed to stop Thanos from opening the rift. A battle ensues and as they are about to beat Thanos, he manages to slip through the rift into an unknown point in the future. The team is forced to follow to stop Thanos from destroying the future.


Marvel Future Fight has been described as a dungeon crawler.[citation needed] Players have the option to use either virtual joystick and button controls or tap-based controls. The player plays with a maximum team of 3 characters in a team on a level. The player controls one of the characters and may interchange with the other team members. A character swap will incur a cool down before the player can swap back to the previously used character. Each mission uses energy to play. Energy is gained by leveling up your SHIELD base with SHIELD XP, through in game rewards and achievements. There are many different playable characters. Also featured are non-playable characters Nick Fury, Jocasta, Jemma Simmons, Grandmaster, Taskmaster, Ymir, Fenris wolf, Surtur, Jormungand and M'Baku. Additionally, Melinda May appears in the capacity of a support character, as a summon for Phil Coulson as well as an ally shifter in Story Missions. The player's character has a default attack mode which does substantial damage involving repetitive melee/weapon attacks based on the character type chosen. The active character will lock onto a target and continue moving toward it to attack it unless input to behave otherwise. Apart from the default attack mode each character has additional special skills these may be directed attacks,AOE attacks or induce application of buffs or shields and are unique to each character. Each skill comes with a cool down. Skills are either active or passive. An active skill is initiated by the user, while passive skills will trigger on specific conditions met during game play. A character will start out with 2 skills initially and gain up to 6 skills as it is ranked up. Apart from the 6 skills each character has an additional Leadership skill unlocked through mastery of the character. This skill is active when the character is in the leadership position of the team. All team members will receive the benefits of the leadership skill for the entire duration of the level. Another skill type called tier-2 skill is unlocked when the character attains tier-2 status. Certain characters start out as automatic tier-2 characters The player can have a maximum of 5 teams set up. There are also team bonuses, for certain sets of character team combinations. Characters are unlocked and ranked up by obtaining Biometrics, which can be found in certain missions as well as the Game store. Characters can get better upgrade options at higher levels and can be leveled up through character XP. Players are able to customize heroes to their play style through upgrades, such as upgrading skills, gear, and equipping ISO-8. Upgrading skills increases their damage level, upgrading gear improves a specific trait of the hero, like HP or Attack Speed, and equipping ISO-8 sets provides varying buffs and traits. In the various stores, in addition to Biometrics, players can also buy chests, energy, clear tickets, ISO-8, Biometric packages, and other supplies. Certain stores require tokens while the Game store require either gems or real currency the uniform store and SHIELD lab mini-store require gems and gold.[citation needed] A recent update added tier 3 to the mix, as various characters, starting off with the likes of Captain America, Iron man and Spider-man, have been placed into play. As of June 2018, these characters can be upgraded to tier 3 through "breaking a limit" which allows the character to reach level 70 through continuous usages of materials gained through the world bosses. Furthermore, one has to upgrade the gears of the characters to 25 from its original 20, which used to be the maximum. The materials to upgrade the gears to 25 can be gained through playing another newly added feature called "Ultimate World Boss" which shows the previous world bosses (Thanos and the Black Order) wearing their costumes for the Avengers Infinity War. By gaining tier 3, characters gain a 7th active skill, which requires charging to 100% in order to use.

Game modesEdit

Mission Game ModesEdit

The following game modes reset everyday at a set time and contribute to the daily and weekly achievement challenges for the game. The Daily missions, story and special missions come with an energy cost to execute. Additional daily missions such as Dimension rifts and Epic Quest do have a daily reset but are not a requirement for accomplishment of achievements.[citation needed]

Daily MissionsEdit

This is bonus content where you fight with a large number of enemies and collect tons of rewards. Various stages with different characters appear each day. It has a lot of gold and ISO-8 drops. A progress bar maintains the number of times a daily mission is played and gives bonus rewards on completion. On a daily basis a limit of 2 missions can be played.[citation needed]

Story MissionsEdit

These are part of the main story line, players can collect character biometrics in these missions as well as Gear Upgrade Kits and gain gold, norn stones, SHIELD XP points and character XP points. Story Missions allow the use of clear tickets, which instantly gives the players the rewards for completing the mission without having to play through it. Clear tickets can also be used along with the autoplay feature to repeatedly play a level gaining experience rewards which are not available in instant clears. Each stage has a biometric acquisition limit of 10 biometrics. Energy cost may vary as the story levels progress[citation needed]

Special MissionsEdit

Side missions with stories based on the Inhumans, New Avengers and Spider-Man's Rogues Gallery, formerly based on Guardians of the Galaxy and Marvel's Ant-Man films. Rewards include Biometrics and Custom Gear based on theme and characters used. High SHIELD and Character XP can be obtained here. This mode can be run for a fixed number of times at a fixed energy cost.

Each mission has a chance to discover a hidden route, which gives rewards and contributes to Quest Pack progress. Hidden Routes can be guaranteed to occur by the use of hidden tickets.

Quest packs in special missions provide different challenges to unlock special rewards including Dormammu.

Clear tickets and auto-play can be used in this mode.[citation needed]

Epic QuestEdit

A series of challenges and special missions with unique story content. When you begin an Epic Quest, you acquire the protagonist hero. As of August 25, 2018 there are 3 Epic Quests:

  1. The first one is based on Doctor Strange and has a similar story to the movie, Doctor Strange is the protagonist hero.
  2. The second one is the introduction of the X-Men to the Marvel Future Fight universe; Wolverine is the protagonist hero.
  3. The third one is the introduction of the X-Force to the Marvel Future Fight universe; Deadpool is the protagonist hero.

Biometrics of Doctor Strange characters, other than the protagonist, can be acquired, such as Ancient One, Baron Mordo, and other related Doctor Strange characters.The X-Men introduces a new quest mode with the introduction of new upgrade materials and a variant of biometrics acquisition for characters other than Wolverine. X-Genes cannot be obtained through biometrics selectors. Magneto and Psylocke can both be purchased through a deluxe upgrade pack. Jean Grey is obtainable as a native Tier 2 upon successfully advancing five X-Men characters (Cyclops, Wolverine, Rogue, Storm & Magneto) in the X-Men quest. Strye is obtainable as a native Tier 2 upon successfully advancing six X-Force characters (Deadpool, Colossus, Cable, Domino, Fantomex & Psylocke) in the X-Force quest.

Dimension RiftsEdit

Special missions for the acquisition of specific character biometrics, it has a fixed quota of attempts at a fixed energy cost. Dimension debris, Gear upgrade kits and Comic cards are additional drops from these missions. Little SHIELD and Character XP can be obtained from these missions. Clear tickets and auto-play can be used in this mode. Rifts can be opened at any time before the daily reset. Alliance members and in-game friends can join your rift and you can join the ones they open. A progress bar is filled to 100%, awards up to three times each, additional rewards of 300,000 Gold, 200 Dimension Debris & 100 Energy respectively.[citation needed]

Arena Game ModesEdit

These are PvP battles and other competitive modes. Timeline battles and Battleworld give the individual players a ranking with corresponding rewards. Team-Up play gives rank rewards based on damage dealt and VIP level. Alliance battles provide scores for ranking the player's alliance. Top alliances gain additional rewards based on ranking. Shadowland rewards are awarded to the victor of the king of the hill event. Certain modes provide a restriction of use on certain character types and character traits.[citation needed]

Timeline Battles (TL)Edit

These are 3-character team PvP battles. Each time you play a timeline battle you acquire Honor tokens. The tokens can be spent in the Honor token shop with similar rewards to the Chaos token shop. Getting an Ace (using the same character to KO every enemy character) adds more points to your score. There are different leagues in Timeline, and the higher your points are, the more rewards you can earn. Rewards include the premium currency Crystals.[citation needed]

Battleworld (BW)Edit

An event that varies in duration from 1 to 3 days usually limited to teams with 4★-6★ heroes and occasionally 3★-4★ heroes. Choice of characters in this mode is restricted to certain character types and traits.[citation needed]

Alliance Battle (AB)Edit

Available once you have joined an alliance, a once-daily event that also rewards XP for the alliance as well as rewards for the player.[citation needed]

Extreme Alliance Battle (EAB/ABX)Edit

A more challenging mode of AB with additional rewards and opportunity to play again and beat ones highest score.[citation needed]

Alliance Conquest (AC)Edit

Three alliances are pitted against each other for dominance over the nation of Wakanda by capturing various territories and gaining points.[citation needed]

Alliance TournamentEdit

The top 16 alliances engage in a tournament. Non participating players may choose to cheer these alliances to gain cheer rewards.[citation needed]

Co-op Game ModesEdit

In these Game modes players overcome challenges through cooperative team play.[citation needed]

Co-Op PlayEdit

A co-op battle with up to 3 online players on a team. This mode is known for giving lots of reward, particularly gold. The more 4★ or higher above level 40 characters players have, increases the Owned Hero bonus. This is indicated by a stage level.

Stage Level Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 6
Range of owned Characters 1-20 21-40 41-60 61-80 81-100 101+

Players are rewarded progress on the progress bar on the basis of the contribution during stage play. 100% progress achievement gives rewards, the total number of times these rewards can be obtained are specified with a Reward Count. Higher VIP status unlocks additional reward slots to get more in each reward acquisition. Clear tickets may be used to autoplay Co-op missions, they are also consumed to gain additional progress rewards after the first reward acquisition.[citation needed]

World Boss Invasion (WBI)Edit

A new challenge mode has been added which is similar to co-op play, but against various bosses. Both sets of bosses alternate every week.

  • Thanos and the Black Order (Proxima Midnight, Black Dwarf, Corvus Glaive, Supergiant, Ebony Maw, Thanos, and Thanos (Infinity))
  • Twilight (Ulik,Ymir, Surtur, Fenris, Jormungand, an unnamed Frost Beast, and Odin)

You will require 3 Characters to enter World Boss Invasion. With 2 other Agents, there will be 9 Characters in one Mission. (Once your Characters have entered, they will not be usable again until the next World Boss Invasion is open.) in this mode every single character of a player is able to compete regardless of their rank, mastery,level or tier. This means that non-6★ Characters can be entered, and they will be automatically upgraded to maximum rank and tier level to help you take on the Invasion. There are three different types of stages. Each stage has random goals to finish.

  • Boss Mode for an epic battle
  • Point Mode requires you to reach a certain number of points to win
  • Link Mode which will share all your HP and fight against a strong boss

After beating a Boss, a Supply Chest will be obtained which has various kinds of items. Supply Chests require a certain amount of time to open, however it can be also be instantly opened using Crystals.[citation needed]

Challenge Game ModesEdit

In these Game modes various challenges must be completed to attain rewards.[citation needed]

Legendary BattleEdit

This new mode puts the player in control of iconic fights from the Marvel Universe. Cinematic Battles will be played with the hero which is assigned to the stage. Owning the hero is not mandatory to enter the stage. However it is needed to satisfy conditions to collect collect Bonus rewards. These are based on the level of the hero character and Uniform. A player enters the battle and must clear the stage within the time limit. If all enemies have been defeated within the time limit, the stage is cleared. The rewards can only be acquired once and only if the conditions for acquiring them are met. Prior to the Black Panther update this was known as Cinematic battle.

Villain Siege (VS)Edit

In this mode a 3-character team battles a single boss, the mode is dependent on the number of characters available to make 3-character teams. A character once used cannot be replenished until the next day, or alternatively by using Villain Siege reset tickets. Damage to the boss is preserved in each attempt and the player can use multiple teams to fight the boss till all its hit-points are depleted. Upon clearing the level rewards are unlocked with additional rewards for using the recommended pick for the day. Divided into three daily levels based on the character level range. A boss can be defeated only once. In Villain Siege, you can collect chaos tokens. Chaos tokens can be used in the Chaos Shop to purchase character biometrics and other various rewards.[citation needed]

World Boss (WB)Edit

A raid mode in which players form a 3-character team and 5-character support team to battle one of multiple special bosses. World boss provides two distinct modes with the following content –

  • World Boss Beginner (new player content)
    1. Thanos and the Black Order Characters.
  • World Boss (veteran player content)
    1. Thanos and the Black Order Characters.
    2. Age of Apocalypse Characters.

It is also where the player can acquire the World boss characters. The player is awarded the initial biometrics for unlocking Tier-2 native world boss characters. Once unlocked there is no more further acquisition of these biometrics. World boss modes also cater to the acquisition of Black Anti-Matter and Chaos Norn Stones. Additionally a mixed pool of bonus rewards are also acquirable. A daily limit of 5 turns to defeat the boss is given, with gif of turn in case of failure. With the advent of Age of Apocalypse new World Boss missions are unlocked by completing certain quests.[citation needed]

World Boss Ultimate (WBU)Edit

A more challenging mode of WB with varying difficulty phases and more rewards.[citation needed]

Shadowland (SL)Edit

It is a week long event that has various rewards for clearing a series of 30 floor battles with a 3-character team. A floor battle may be of the following types rumble, relay, wave, and boss mode. In each mode new opponents are tagged in as they are defeated, a relay match is a battle where enemies appear one after another,rumble is a battle where up to 3 heroes appear at once to battle a 4th may appear once any of the initial 3 heroes is defeated, wave mode has enemies attack in waves and boss mode is a single boss match. The player who completes all of shadowland floor battles, can participate in a King of the Hill event competing for the top spot against other players.[citation needed]

Assistance for New playersEdit

The game also features a Journey of Growth event, in which new players complete certain objectives to gain rewards that help in ranking up certain characters.[citation needed]

Stores, SHIELD Lab and ItemsEdit

In the Game shop, in addition to Biometrics, players can also buy chests, energy, clear tickets, ISO-8, Biometric packages, and other supplies. There is a separate store for uniforms. Uniforms typically grant buffs to the hero, like extra damage to a class. The SHIELD Lab, has: an Antimatter generator, a Warping device. Converter, and a mini-store. The Antimatter generator generates Antimatter used to build, upgrade, and use the other devices. The Warping device allows players to warp three heroes on missions, and the heroes eventually return with rewards. All heroes used are still playable in missions. The mini-store stocks frequently changing items, such as upgrading items, ISO-8, and sometimes even Biometrics. The converter converts two already owned biometrics to a biometric of a random hero in a set of heroes that is also frequently rotated, it also converts two norn stones from one type to another.The Alliance now has a store which is collectively upgraded by alliance members and provide various items which can be purchased through alliance tokens.[citation needed]

Rank-up materialsEdit

These materials are required for acquiring and ranking up characters.


Biometrics are items used to recruit new characters and to upgrade your character to a higher rank. Biometrics are also used to level up native Tier-2 characters, such as the Black Order characters, Age of Apocalypse characters, Dormammu and Odin.[citation needed]


Biometrics for the mutant characters are called X-genes.


These materials are required to upgrade the character's gear,uniforms and mastery. They also provide entry materials for Battleworld which are also materials used to upgrade the S.H.I.E.L.D. lab.

Stark Blueprints and Components PackEdit

Essential for upgrading S.H.I.E.L.D. lab and as entry materials for Battleworld.

Uniform Upgrade KitEdit

Essential items for upgrading uniform levels.

Norn StonesEdit

These items are used to increase your character's mastery and leadership skill. Each character class has a specific norn stone to upgrade their mastery.

  • Combat - Norn Stone of Strength
  • Blast - Norn Stone of Energy
  • Speed - Norn Stone of Brilliance
  • Universal - Norn Stone of Omnipotence

Norn Stones of Chaos are used to master native tier-2 characters and to tier-2 a tier-1 character.[citation needed]

Black Anti-MatterEdit

Black Anti-Matter is used to advance characters to Tier-2 and to upgrade native Tier-2 character's gear. This is primarily obtainable from the World-Boss game mode.[citation needed]

Gear up KitsEdit

Gear-Up Kits are primarily used to upgrade your character's gear level, but have other use throughout the game, such as upgrade your Lab Shop.[citation needed]

Dimension DebrisEdit

Dimension Debris are obtainable from Dimension Rifts and are used to upgrade a character's gears above level 9.


Urus are used to add bonus stats to your character. There are two types of Uru, Enchanted and Unrefined. As their character level reaches close to max, the more Uru slots are unlocked.[citation needed]

M'Kraan ShardsEdit

Used for X-Men character mastery, gear upgrades and Tier-2 advancement.[citation needed]

M'Kraan CrystalsEdit

Used for X-Men character Tier-2 advancement.[citation needed]

Phoenix FeathersEdit

Used for X-Men character gear upgrades and Tier-2 advancement.[citation needed]


ISO-8s are used to increase character stats. There are eight slots of ISOs and there are IS0-8 sets, which you roll using gold. They allow you to augment different character stats, such as attack or defense.[citation needed]


These are items which include tickets which help in accelerating the rankings and experience levels of characters and uniforms without depleting the essential materials. They also unlock hidden routes in Special Missions, revive used characters in Villain Siege and provide instant clears on missions. They also include tokens which can be exchanged for valuable materials and other Items.

Rank-Up TicketsEdit

Tickets are of many kinds in the Tickets which immediately rank up, master or Tier-2 a character from a lower level to the immediate higher level. These tickets are available in store packages, gift boxes, and as maintenance rewards. A Mega Rank-Up or Mastery ticket will take the character from any level to 6★. A Mega Tier-2 ticket rank up your character to 6★ mastery, max level and max gears, and then Tier-2.[citation needed]

Additionally there are uniform tickets to rank-up uniforms. Uniforms are ranked in the same manner as cards in the order Normal, Advanced, Rare, Heroic, Legendary and Mythic.[citation needed]


Various special events hosted may have a shop attached to it and require collecting tokens for purchases Honor tokens are used to purchase items in the Honor token shop Chaos tokens are used to purchase items in the Chaos token Shop Alliance tokens are used to purchase items in the Alliance store and for Alliance Donations.[citation needed]


A boost point system exists to increase gold acquired, reduce energy consumption, boost character XP,boost S.H.I.E.L.D. XP and provide additional rewards.The boost points are consumed at the same time as energy for a mission.

There are individual boosters available for character XP, S.H.I.E.L.D. XP and gold acquisition in the Alliance shop. Also boost points can be replenished from the main shop.

Custom GearEdit

Custom gear provides the player the ability to assign additional stats to a specific character. These are ranked from 1★ to 6★.

Gear Type Resisters,Generators and Boosters Obelisk High Obelisk Ultimate Obelisk Superior Obelisk Extreme Obelisk
Rank 1★ 2★ 3★ 4★ 5★ 6★

Stats on the gears are of two types fixed stats which remain unchanged during upgrades except increasing in its assigned values and random stats which change with the upgrade.

Another type of special gears are Celestial Tech Packs (CTP) contain some different stats and can be obtained with a low probability through Hidden Routes. They can also be earned through Boost Point rewards and also in Special Gear chests.

Comic Cards and CollectionsEdit

All characters can be globally boosted in stats by equipping comic cards. Stats on the cards are of two types fixed stats which remain unchanged during upgrades except increasing in its assigned values and random stats which change with the upgrades. Cards are ranked in the same manner as gears with an additional 7★ rank.

Card Type Normal Advanced Rare Heroic Legendary Mythic Mythic(Max Rank)
Rank 1★ 2★ 3★ 4★ 5★ 6★ 7★

As the rank of the card increases the greater the stat percentage values. One may re-roll the stats on a card if they reach mythic rank by consuming another mythic ranked card.

Comic card collections are sorted into themes, and collecting the cards in the set, unlocks some additional bonuses. Cards will only be unlocked in the collection window if they are of Mythic Rank.

Playable charactersEdit

Marvel Future Fight currently features 175 playable characters as of November 28, 2018.[2][3] Playable characters can be both tier-one or tier-two, and can be ranked and mastered from 1★ to 6★, through biometrics and Norn Stones respectively. A fully geared, leveled, and mastered 6★ character unlocks the ability to advance it to Tier-2, except in the case of Black Order characters, Doctor Strange, Odin, and Dormammu obtained with Tier-2 status. Most character biometrics are obtainable through Story and Special Missions, others can only be obtained via Event Quests, World Boss Raids, BattleWorld, Token Shops, Chests, Dimension Shifters, Dimension Rifts, and Monthly Bonus Deals. In the case of Erik Killmonger, Quasar (Avril Kincaid), Valkyrie, Spider-Man 2099, Agent Venom, Kid Kaiju, Ironheart, Enchantress, Carnage, Hyperion Luna Snow and Ghost Panther, these characters are available through Monthly Bonus Deals and the Premium Hero Chest. Likewise X-23, Colossus, Magik and Weapon Hex and are acquirable via the Mutant Monthly Bonus Deals. Native Tier-2 Doctor Strange, Wolverine, the Age of Apocalypse characters and all Black Order World Boss characters are not obtainable via Monthly Bonus Deals and are obtained in the respective modes only. The character Dormammu is obtainable through a Special Missions quest pack. When the player completes a mission, the player earns experience to allow their character to level up.

Each character is assigned to one of four primary Battle types: Blast, Combat, Speed and Universal. Each type has an advantage in the cyclical order Combat > Speed > Blast, similar to a Rock-paper-scissors format. The fourth Universal type has a balanced type advantage against the other types and is generally applicable to characters with alien or cosmic powers. Characters with type advantage against the opponents gains increased damage which is visible in Yellow while those lower in advantage have lesser damage visible in Grey. Rank and mastery levels also increase the damage of the characters, with rank and mastery taking precedence over type. Apart from the basic character types characters also have secondary type characteristics such as Hero, Villain, Male and Female. These types restrict the use of characters in Shadowlands and Alliance Battles. There are other descriptors for characters of significance with the introduction of the X-Men, biometrics for these characters called X-genes are available for only the species designated Mutant. A distinct Tier-2 symbol for mutant characters also exists to differentiate the materials M'krann Shards, M'Krann Crystals, Phoenix Feathers required to gain Tier-2 status or upgrade mutant native Tier-2 characters.

Characters can get additional bonus effects by equipping uniforms and upgrading them. Certain uniforms provide entire new skill sets and also change the type of the character (which can be primary and/or secondary). Uniforms of popular characters based both on Marvel Cinematic Universe and popular Marvel Universe versions appear in the game.

Playable Characters
Type Default Characters and Uniformed variations Characters (type changed)

^ ♂ Male ^ ♀ Female ^💀 Supervillain ^🎖️ Superhero
^ 🇲 Mutant
^ alt Alternate uniform: Available as alternate uniform of main character
^ tc Type changed: Can change group type if different uniform is purchased
^ wb World Boss: Available in World Boss Mission as a native Tier-2 character when recruited
^ dp Daily promo: Available in 20 Biometrics Daily purchase promo
^ mdp Mutant Daily promo: Available in 20 X-genes Daily purchase promo
^ eq Epic Quest: Available via Epic Quest
^ nt2 Native Tier-2: Available as a native Tier-2 character
^ qp Quest Pack: Available via Special Mission Quest pack
^ del Deluxe Pack: Available via Deluxe pack as a 6★ character
^ chp Character Pack: Available via character specific pack as a 6★ character or a native Tier 2
^ pr Phoenix Rebirth: Available after successful tier 2 of all X-Men characters in epic quest
^ uhc Ultimate Hero Chest: Available via Ultimate Hero Chest

Development and ReleaseEdit

Marvel: Future Fight was released on April 30, 2015 for iOS and Android. It was developed by Netmarble Games, creators of titles such as Star Wars: Force Arena, Seven Knights, Raven (Evilbane in the U.S.) and Everybody's Marble. Marvel worked closely with Netmarble to establish the various character backgrounds, appearances and traits. The storyline for the game was penned by best-selling Marvel comics writer Peter David.[4]


The game has implemented various events in conjunction with Marvel Comics events and movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. New character and game content is gradually added to expand the game as the events roll out. A community forum for requests and suggestions is maintained for game subscribers to list their character preferences for the next update and new content.

Original CharactersEdit

For the 75th anniversary of Captain America, original character Sharon Rogers was created by the game's development team. Subsequently, a comic book series of the same name as the game has been released. It is a tie-in expanding on the characters' background. [5]

A second original character, Luna Snow, was created to celebrate the game's 150th playable character mark.

In-game purchasingEdit

The characters Nova (Sam Alexander), Blue Marvel, and Anti-Man could only be acquired through the purchase of Ultimate Hero Chests.[6] On December 12, 2017, the game's producers responded to vocal opposition to the arrangement, stating there will no longer be new characters available via the Ultimate Hero Chest and that the chest would be withdrawn from the game.[7]


Netmarble's Marvel Future Fight surpassed 50 million downloads two years after it first launched. 20 million of these downloads came from Asia, 10 million from North America and Europe, 6 million from South America and 2.9 million in the Middle East.

Marvel: Future Fight
Aggregate scores
GameRankingsiOS: 78.33%[8]
MetacriticiOS: 79/100[9]
Review scores
Android Police     [10]
Gamezebo     [11]
CinemaBlend     [12]

Over one billion Dimension Rifts have been cleared in the game. Players have also earned $166 trillion worth of in-game gold.[13] As of May 2018, the game had over 70 million players.[14]

External linksEdit


  1. ^ "Marvel Future Fight". Marvel.
  2. ^ "Evolution of Marvel Future Fight: List of all updates (2017-present) • /r/FutureFight".
  3. ^ "Evolution of Marvel Future Fight: List of all updates (2015-2016) • /r/FutureFight".
  4. ^ "Marvel: Future Fight launches from Netmarble". Marvel Entertainment.
  5. ^ "Captain America Marvel Games 75th anniversary". Entertainment Weekly.
  6. ^ "You can't get two of Marvel Future Fight's new characters unless you gamble". Pocket Gamer.
  7. ^ "Official notice about the Ultimate Hero Chest". Netmarble via December 12, 2017. Retrieved February 4, 2018.
  8. ^ "Marvel Future Fight for iOS". GameRankings.
  9. ^ "Marvel Future Fight(iOS)". Metacritic.
  10. ^ Crider, Michael (30 April 2015). "Future Fight : A Free To Play Marvel Universe Beat-Em-Up Gets An International Release In The Play Store". Android Police. Illogical Robot LLC.
  11. ^ Tylwalk, Nick (April 30, 2015). "Marvel Future Fight Review - Let's Punch Bad Guys". Gamezebo.
  12. ^ Winslett, Ryan. "Marvel Future Fight Review - A Mobile Brawler Worth Playing". CinemaBlend.
  13. ^ "Netmarble's Marvel Future Fight hits 50 million downloads as it celebrates two-year anniversary". Pocket Gamer.
  14. ^ "Marvel Future Fight breaks the 70 million players mark". Pocket Gamer. May 1, 2018.