Last week we reported the newly released Steam versions of Marvel Ultimate Alliance and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 were poorly ported and missing DLC. Fortunately, Marvel Games and Activision aren't sweeping the issues under the rug, as a patch has just been released to address some of them, and its promised that the missing DLC is on the way.
Among the problems fixed: unresponsive Xbox One and Xbox 360 controllers, crackling audio, and multiplayer desync and disconnection issues. You also get improvements to player invites and the interface.
As for the DLC, that will launch in the next few weeks and of course will be free. We'll let you know when it goes live.
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