The company will work with partners like Amazon Web Services in the venture. Find freelance labview experts for hire. Access 27 labview freelancers and outsource your project. With her baby brother in her arms, Kara Apuzzo tried to follow along in an online class as he squirmed or slept. Maintenance Work Scheduled on Krewstown Road for August 22 The new Marvel’s Avengers is going to change the game, whether online with friends or by yourself, a new universe is about to take flight.
JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) is apparently going digital across the pond. Citing “technology industry sources,” a report from the U.K.’s Sky News says that the big American lender intends to open an online-only bank in that country in the first quarter of 2021. They added that the service will use the company’s iconic Chase brand name.
JPMorgan Chase has its ducks in a row for the launch. The article’s sources said that the company has signed agreements with several partners for the service, most notably Amazon’s (NASDAQ:AMZN) Amazon Web Services. It’s also teaming up with 10x Future Technologies, a privately held fintech company founded by onetime Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins.
Image source: Getty Images.
Additionally, JPMorgan Chase has drafted former U.K. Chancellor Sajid Javid to be a member of one of its advisory boards.
Online banking has surged because of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Either unwilling or unable to visit lenders in person, customers are increasingly relying on digital solutions for their banking needs.
Meanwhile, JPMorgan Chase continues to cope with the recent economic slowdown. In its latest reported quarter, the company — one of the Big Four U.S. lenders — broke its previous record for quarterly revenue. Specifically, it earned almost $34 billion on the top line. And despite a notable increase in loan-loss provisioning, it was well in the black on the bottom line with a $4.7 billion profit.
The company has not yet commented on the Sky News report.
JPMorgan Chase essentially traded sideways on Friday, lagging behind the gains of the wider equity market.
Author: Eric Volkman
27 Best Freelance LabVIEW Specialists For Hire In August 2020 – Upwork™
based on 72 clients reviews
I am an experienced tutor in both physics and math, with PhD in Physics and significant research experience in developing and optimizing new medical imaging techniques and other medical devices. I have tutored and taught both high school and undergraduate students and have extensive experience and skill in data analysis/presentation, image reconstruction, scientific writing, and clinical research. I am adept in MATLAB, Python, R, LaTeX, and LabVIEW.
I am passionate about finding new, creative ways to explain complex scientific concepts in simple, intuitive ways. I’m available for remote tutoring and have a reasonably flexible schedule….
Experienced Engineer with Diverse Background
Visual Basic, Excel, LabView, SIEMENS, Profinet, Allen Bradley PLC.
Diverse Background, familiar with everything from manufacturing parts, electrical and mechanical design and assembly, and programming for end customer use. Worked with many different programming languages, including Android, Python, C/C++, Labview, Siemens (Tia Portal, Step 7, Starter), Allen Bradley, Java.
Designed and programmed multiple high-function National Instruments Systems (Hardware and Labview software) with for a internationally recognized, ISO-Certified Labs.
Designed and implemented comprehensive electrical…
I have a background in Aerospace Engineering and several years of experience working in the Integration and Test field, specifically in hardware/software interfacing and debugging. I am trained in a systems engineering approach to projects and have further developed that skill set in the professional work environment through requirements development, root cause analysis and failure analysis. I have experience programming in Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW.
Artificial Neural Networks
My name is Muhammad Arshad. I am an engineer, currently employed as Robotics Engineer in Shanghai, China.
I have done my bachelor’s in Medical Engineering and Master’s in Mechanical and Control Engineering. I have published 3 conference and 1 journal paper as well.
My skill set includes:
– Robot Operating System (ROS) and Gazebo
– General Python/C++ Programming
– General LabVIEW Programming (for Control task and easy UI development with myRIO and DAQs)
– Computer Vision (using OpenCV)
– Machine Learning and Artificial Neural Networks (using Scikit-Learn, TensorFlow etc)
– Embedded Programming (e.g. Arduino, Teensy, RBPi, and…
I’m an Electronic Engineer with more than 10 years in the field. I have a strong background in electronic circuit design, digital system design, microcontroller programming, PCB design, robotics, and signal processing. Since 2010 I’ve been teaching analog circuits, digital circuits, electronics, microcontroller programming, and robotics in university-level courses.
Till now, I have used the following microcontrollers for firmware development:
– Espressif: ESP32
– MICROCHIP: 8-bit family
– FREESCALE (Now NXP): Coldfire 8bits and 32bits family
– STMicroelectronics: STM32F7 family (DISCOVERY and NUCLEO Boards)
For PCB design and…
I am the architect and lead developer for my current employer’s website. I am proficient with Drupal 8, including provisioning, advanced authentication techniques.
I have written software in a dozen or so languages, and adapt to use whichever tools a particular project requires. I have written data analysis software, real time control systems, industrial controls interfaces, cryptography software, web front-ends and server side tools.
Print Layout Design
With Msc in Electronics Engineering and over 8 years of professional experience in electronics, I have developed many skills related to hardware designing. During my professional experience i have designed many FCC & CE certified HW products, some involved only PCB designing while some required to design a full fledged tested product from raw specification.
In my professional experience, I have worked for Aerospace, Medical and Automotive industry. Currently I am working in Hyper electric super Car manufacturing company. During my current job i am managing complete product development cycle of Battery management system which involves…
Translation English French
Translation English Spanish
Microelectronics and controls system French Engineer with 3 years experience as a Test Bench Engineer and 8 year experience as a project manager for toll systems, I lived in Paris, France, Toronto, Canada, São Paulo, Brazil, and I am actually living in Mexico. Thus I have international experience, and four languages fluency.
Fast Learner and easily adapting, I have a personal commitment to honesty and results.
C#, LabView and LabWindows CVI with digital and analog electronics understanding, automated mechanical endurance testing, and hardware/software interface for peripherals in general.
I have spent the last…
B.S. Materials Science and Engineering, May 2005. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech).
M.S. Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, May 2010. New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (New Mexico Tech).
B.S. Broadcast Meteorology, August 2016. Mississippi State University.
Relevant Work Experience:
New Mexico Tech—Laboratory Associate
Colgate Dynamo–Documentation/LabVIEW Code Reviewer
Magdalena Municipal Public Schools—Tutor/Assistant
Albuquerque Public Schools—AVID Tutor…
I am an electrical engineer specialized in electrical power systems, resource planning, integration of renewable energy studies, and machine learning applications in smart grids.
– PhD student at McGill University, Canada
– MASc in Electrical Engineering from the university of Waterloo, Canada
– Former Research & Teaching Assistant at the University of Waterloo
– Experience in modern power systems planning and optimization
– Multiple research projects on integration of renewable energy resources in smart grid
– Practical experience in Python, MATLAB, and LabView
– Experience using Latex, excel, and powerpoint
Microsoft Access Programming
Founder & Lead Engineer at Rothenberg Industries, LLC. I graduated from the Mechanical Engineering department at the University of Michigan in 2011. I then worked for five years as a Process Engineer in an ISO 9001 certified world class manufacturing environment at Saint-Gobain Abrasives in Worcester, Mass. I then went on to found Rothenberg Industries, LLC to further specialize in modern process automation where quality is our primary focus and we provide world class documentation along with every deliverable.
My previous clients will verify that I am an expert automating and debugging professional software in Microsoft Office 2016…
Hi there! I’m Kevin!
I’m a seasoned Electronics Engineer in Bristol, UK, with 12 years experience in the industry. I have taken many designs from inception, to prototypes, and through to mass production, and I can help you with what is important at each step.
I have experience in a wide range fields;
– Circuit & Product design
– PCB Schematic & Layout
– Circuit simulation / LTspice
– EMC & Safety compliance
– Production Test design
– 3D printing & CAD models
– varied others (matlab, VHDL, Labview, and lots of software languages etc)
I have just started freelancing, wahoo! Initially I’m looking to work on small/medium projects. If you…
Audio Post Production
Computer Hardware Design
Interactive Voice Response
For years, David’s friends and family urged him to do work in radio or to be an announcer. David never took the idea of voice over work seriously until he got his first shot with voice over work by announcing a Christmas Eve service in 2009 for his church Copper Pointe Church in Albuquerque, NM. David didn’t do much with voice over work until he got excited about doing voice overs when he took a vocal class in 2013 with Doug Geist, a Grammy winning sound engineer, at Santa Fe Center Studios. Doug was encouraging and provided professional guidance on how to create quality voice overs and deliver quality results to clients. David put his…
I am a Certified LabView Developer (CLD) with experience developing LabView based data acquisition and control systems. I have extensive experience in industry; providing outstanding customer service to clients in the automotive, utility, and energy sectors across the United States and Europe.
I pride myself on developing flexible, stable, and user friendly test equipment and software, and I would love to bring my experience, skills, and enthusiasm to your project.
I’ve had the pleasure of working in hardware design for over 10 years, working on a huge range of emerging technologies.
I’ve worked with a wide range of clients, from Startups all the way to Fortune 100 companies.
Below is a summary of some of the technologies I’ve worked with.
Microcontroller, Microprocessor and SOC design
✅ STM32 Arm Cortex and STM8 value and high performance lines, STM8S up to STM32F7.
✅ Xilinx Virtex FPGAs.
✅ Altera FPGAs.
✅ Texas Instruments Sitara ARM based processors.
✅ AVR Microchip micro controllers from ATtiny to ATMega.
✅ NXP Arm-based processors I.MX RT, I.MX8 processors.
✅ Google Coral…
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
I have gained valuable experience as a Product Engineer, an Application Developer, a Project Manager, and a Business Analyst. From each of these roles, I have always found an intrinsic interest in simplifying that which is complex, such as automating a manual process or developing an application capable of dramatically improving workflow.
Format & Layout
Experienced Technical Writer with years of experience writing procedures and reports for the Department of the Navy. Responsible, detailed-oriented professional with experience in managing multiple tasks, possesses a strong aptitude for critical thinking and analysis, extensive communication, presentation, inter-personal and problem- resolution skills, ability to work in a team environment and meet dead-lines. Very well versed in the Microsoft Office suite and can maintain a typing WPM of 80.
Currently working as a Certified Senior Analyst Consultant and Project Manager, with more than 7 years of experience and 30 full cycle projects implementing SAP Business One. Expert in Beas Manufacturing, MariProject, B1Up and GSP add-ons.
Below is a list of daily responsibilities.
– Gather and analyse clients’ business and functional specifications for translation into a detailed design document.
– Install, configure and optimise applications and solutions as per the design document.
– Design and undertake system testing and support User Acceptance Testing (UAT) paying attention to visioning and transition from development and test to…
PLC & SCADA
I am a New Zealand based Automation Engineer specializing in PLC, Safety Controller and National Instruments software development.
I have developed systems using Schneider, ArchestrA Wonderware, SICK, EPSON, Staubli, National Instruments Labview and Teststand technologies with which I have been working on for the past nine years.
My primary experience is in the medical device manufacturing industry which has provided me with a specialized skill-set for working on regulation critical projects.
I have over 19 years of research, development, and coding experience. I have a deep understanding of analytical thinking and experience from embedded coding via assembler, VHDL/Verilog and c, through c++ and Labview, up to virtual machine languages like Java and interpreter languages like Matlab. Specialized in computational neuro-engineering and biomedical signal processing.
I am holding a BSC in Physics and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering. I am also a certified Labview Associate Developer.
Mobile App Development
I hold a Master degree in Mechatronics from Ain Shams university and almost done with my PhD in Robotics. I have been developing desktop applications since my second year in college back to 1999 using QBasic, thereafter I moved to VB6 which I used to build multi-channel heat exchanger front end application to researchers.
In 2008, I migrated to modern VB.NET and 3 years later, I embraced both LabVIEW and C# as core development environment. I became Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer and Microsoft Certified Professional Developer to prove my skills among peers.
I focus on development of hardware connected applications with ability to…
Computer Hardware Installation
Certified LabVIEW Developer with over 7 years of full-time experience working with LabVIEW; specializing in consulting and contract work. Industry experience in aerospace, transportation, medical device, automated test bench design, factory automation, etc.
I provide solid architectures and clean code. Object oriented class structure (LVOOP), producer/consumer, state machine, event handlers, master/slave, queued message handler, action engines, queued state machines, functional global variables, etc.
Interfacing experience including RS-232, RS-422, RS-485, ARINC 429, MIL-STD-1553, CANbus, TCP/IP, UDP, GPIB, analog and digital I/O, etc….
I’ve worked in a team as a LabVIEW Developer for more than three years. A few tasks that I covered were to control a lot of devices like power supplies, oscilloscopes, MUXs and so on and develop new setup’s and tools for testing our products in automated tests. As an example for our setups I can enumerate:
– tool for vibration measurement (Real Time and FPGA Development)
– tool for sequencer in automated tests
– control of power supplies like Gossen SSP, Gossen Syskon and Delta Elektronika
– control of oscilloscopes like Tektronix and Lecroy
Amazon Web Services
Microsoft Access Programming
Currently an owner and principal engineer at Cold Spring Source, a company focused on Microsoft Office productivity, Excel VBA, Microsoft Access database management, MySQL database management, Amazon Web Services, C# and VB.NET application development, and web service development. I specialize in data transformation, such as migrating information from Excel files or CSV files into a data management system in order to eliminate manual processes and make data access and reporting more efficient. I can make your data easily searchable and generate reports in Excel or Microsoft Access.
Previously a principal engineer at Autodesk, working in…
PLC & SCADA
Software Architecture & Design
Abbott Medical Optics – CatsEye Project
2014 – 2017
Cataract Laser Diagnostic Equipment.
My role was R&D engineer providing firmware C code to control the 2 axis galvanometer mirror system that steered the laser beam across a patient’s
eye which produced a 3 dimensional map of the interior structure. Also developed C++ code to display the maps in a GUI for the operator.
Sandia National Labs – Microdensitometer Project
2014 – 2017
Legacy machine developed by Perkin Elmers in the 80’s that scans 10”x10” films generated by their “Z Machine”.
My role was to reverse engineer the software as there…
Lifelong science enthusiast, I left academia several years ago to start my own science consulting company. Owner of Corpus Callosum Consulting, LLC, specializing in consulting and creating content in the fields of Psychology and Behavioral Neuroscience. Much like the part of the brain we’re named after, our company specializes in “integrating hemispheres” by making complex and esoteric scientific concepts easily understood by those in non-scientific settings. We fundamentally believe that science is inherently interesting, engaging and exciting- it just has to be presented in such a way.
Former clients include UCSF Langley Porter…
Finite Element Analysis
•Are you in need of a mechanical engineer to take a look at your project?
•Do you need assistance with creating solid models of your product for rapid prototyping?
•Are you looking for a drafter to make machine drawings of your solid models?
•Do you need a Labview programmer to get the software side of your application off the ground?
I am a mechanical engineer working in the aerospace field. I use engineering concepts and principles to develop parts for various components of commercial aircraft, focusing primarily on bearings and linkages. I regularly work with Solidworks to create parts and assemblies and make detailed blueprint…
Want to browse more freelancers?
Want to browse more
Last updated: Aug 21, 2020
How it works
Post a job (it’s free)
Tell us about your project. Upwork connects you with top talent around the world, or near you.
Tell us what you need. Upwork connects you with top talent around the world, or near you.
Freelancers come to you
Get qualified proposals within 24 hours. Compare bids, reviews, and prior work. Interview favorites and hire the best fit.
Get qualified proposals within 24 hours. Compare bids, reviews, and prior work. Interview and hire.
Use Upwork to chat or video call, share files, and track project milestones from your desktop or mobile.
Use Upwork to chat or video call, share files, and track project milestones from your desktop or mobile.
Pay hourly or fixed-price and receive invoices through Upwork. Pay for work you authorize.
Pay hourly or fixed-price and receive invoices through Upwork. Pay for work you authorize.
Teens struggle to balance school, family, work amid covid
SALT LAKE CITY — With her baby brother in her arms, Kara Apuzzo tried to follow along in an online class as he squirmed or slept.
Other times, the 18-year-old rushed to get ready for work at a front-line job at Target as her online high school lessons were still wrapping up.
Last school year was further complicated by computer issues that kept her from logging in and online tools that bedeviled even her teachers. Before the coronavirus pandemic, Apuzzo, who lives in New Haven, Connecticut, knew she wanted to go to college right after high school. Now, she’s not so sure.
“Right now, I don’t know where I want to go with my life,” she said. “I feel so behind when it comes to what do college kids actually do. … It’s scary, it’s so new — I don’t have any idea what I’m even doing.”
[CORONAVIRUS: Click here for our complete coverage » arkansasonline.com/coronavirus]
Educational disruptions forced by the pandemic are hurting teenagers at a time when many families also are struggling with layoffs and child care for young kids — challenges that are expected to persist as a new school year gets underway, largely with remote learning.
Some teens have to share computers with siblings or sign in to classes in crowded households or from their cars. Others have been laid off from after-school jobs that help provide for their families or work extra hours in essential industries, leaving less time for school. Students whose parents can’t work from home also have less structure to push them to get their work done.
“They’re at home being their own teachers,” said Nick Mathern, vice president of K-12 Partnerships for the nonprofit Achieving the Dream, which helps students complete degrees through community colleges.
The transition from high school to college can be rocky for many teens, and the coronavirus crisis could widen the gap between kids with wealthier, college-educated parents and their lower-income peers, Mathern said.
“That’s a real danger when it comes to increasing inequality in our country,” he said.
Mathern’s group works with hundreds of U.S. institutions and is affiliated with Gateway to College, which helped Apuzzo improve her grades before the pandemic. Now, she’s planning to work for a year before enrolling in college.
Schools and organizations like his, Mathern says, will have to get more creative in figuring out how to help older students like Apuzzo who are facing a new set of challenges.
Hope Spann, 19, had some of the same difficulties. She spent the last few months of the school year in Chicago, balancing her classwork from Beloit College in Wisconsin with watching her two nieces, ages 3 and 6, while her siblings worked at Walmart and Wendy’s.
Separating squabbles and getting snacks between writing class and art history left the aspiring film designer with migraines and panic attacks.
“It’s definitely interrupting my life. At the same time, I’m doing the things I need to, to keep me healthy and keep my family together,” Spann said.
She’s now started a job at a nursing home and plans to balance it with online classwork when the school year starts.
In Philadelphia, 18-year-old Kayla Hammond works two jobs while helping watch her younger brother and sister. After a shooting near her high school last year, she started an alternative dual-enrollment program to get college credit while finishing high school. Subjects such as chemistry and Chinese became overwhelming as she moved back home and looked for new work during the pandemic. She got through it and is planning to return to Philadelphia Community College remotely next month.
“I’m pretty much the only one out of my friends who is still in school,” she said. “They had dreams of going to a four-year college. Covid put that on hold for them.”
A recent report from Measure of America, a project of the New York-based nonprofit Social Science Research Council, says the number of people ages 16 to 24 who are disconnected from both work and school could spike to almost one in four, erasing a decade of gains and hitting levels higher than the Great Recession.
In the Salt Lake City suburb of Magna, 16-year-old Brianne Harmon struggled to find a secluded place for online lessons in a house with several relatives. With a heavy load of homework, she found herself in danger of failing three classes.
“I’m trying not to let my family down, not to let myself down to keep going with my career, but it gets hard with everything piling on,” Harmon said at the time.
That put her at risk of being barred from the drill dance team, a sport she loves. She retreated to her grandmother’s house and stayed up all night to pass her classes. She’s going back to a hybrid of online and in-person school in the fall.
“I’m definitely nervous, but I’m excited to have something else stable in my life right now,” Harmon said.
Her math teacher, Michele Jones, said she heard from a number of students like Harmon.
“The stories you hear are just heartbreaking: ‘I’m taking care of three young siblings, I don’t have time to do school. I really don’t feel safe at home, Mom and Dad lost their jobs, there’s a lot of just stress,'” Jones said.
Along with the pandemic, her students also dealt with an earthquake and a temporary contamination in the water supply this spring. Remote attendance in her class dropped to 20% at times, a worrying number at a key time for math education.
“I do think this is recoverable academically,” Jones said. “For me, what I’m more concerned about is kids being really traumatized by this time. Feeling lost and abandoned and hopeless.”
Author: LINDSAY WHITEHURST THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Maintenance Work Scheduled on Krewstown Road for August 22 | Department of Streets
PHILADELPHIA – Krewstown Road, between Algon Avenue and Bloomfield Avenue, will be closed from 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 22. The following temporary full-closure is scheduled to be in effect throughout the day:
If the work is completed sooner than anticipated, the road will be opened ahead of schedule. The temporary closure will allow City employees to complete roadway repairs along this winding road. This work has been scheduled for daytime Saturday hours in order to expedite repairs, minimize disruption to motorists, and provide a safe work environment for the work crew.
All work will be completed and traffic will be restored by 3:30 p.m. For the duration of the work, Streets Department crews will make every effort to minimize the inconvenience to affected drivers, residents, and businesses. The Streets Department thanks residents in advance for their patience and cooperation during this project.
Why Marvel’s Avengers Game Is Going to Work Online
When SquareEnix first announced the Avengers game and that it would be online, I’ve gone through quite the journey on my feelings towards it. As a long time Final Fantasy fan who got his start on Final Fantasy VII and felt the merger with Enix has negatively impacted the franchise, I didn’t have a lot of faith early on. Even with Crystal Dynamics, the developers behind the amazing Tomb Raider reboot, handling the development I wasn’t very optimistic.
When SquareEnix released the trailer at E3 showcasing the Golden Gate Bridge battle, I had made up my mind then. The demo looked like it was designed around large set pieces that weren’t open to exploration. The game-play consisted of quick-time events and not much else. When some buzz words like “Looter shooter” were thrown in I was out.
However, I’m here to tell you that I was wrong on all accounts. After being drawn back in by the War Table streams. After pre-purchasing the PlayStation version to get my hands on the beta, I am beyond excited for this game and you should be too.
Let’s start with the basics, this is a video game after all so how does it play? Since Rocksteady first released Batman: Arkham Asylum, we’ve entered into a golden age of superhero video games. It’s not just about beating up bad guys and running through levels. Rocksteady showed us that a truly great super game encompasses and elevates the strengths of the star hero. Arkham was about beating up bad guys, sure, but Batman is also the world’s greatest detective. Similarly, Spider-Man on the PS4 nailed the most important part of being Spidey, the web-slinging and combat.
What makes both of these games amazing is that they only had to develop for one hero, one power set. It allows the developers to focus entirely on making the best possible experience for the hero in question. This is also the reason you haven’t seen many team-up games that do it right. Injustice is a great game that features the cast of DC’s Best Heroes and Villains. But it doesn’t really do justice to their powers and characters. So how well does Marvel’s Avengers do with making the heroes feel unique?
In the beta, you get to play as Kamala Khan aka Ms. Marvel, The Hulk, Iron Man, and Black Widow. The gameplay and mechanics aren’t anything new to the industry. They don’t break any new molds but instead find a way to make tried and true gameplay work for them. Each hero has a series of combos and special moves. Some characters are very similar, like Hulk smashing or Kamala walloping foes with her embiggened fists.
Where the game does shine is in the way it makes these mechanics feel unique from character to character. Iron Man can upgrade his ranged attacks to get micro-missiles that can lock onto targets all at once. That’s a move taken right out of the first Iron Man movie. Black Widow uses dual pistols, Hulk throws chunks of earth and Kamala has the world’s deadliest high five.
At its worst, you can mash buttons and probably succeed in a few attempts on the lowest difficulty. But as I found out during one of my streams, if you up the difficulty or are taking on harder missions you need to pay attention to what you’re pressing. Those who just want a casual experience can play without focusing too much. However, when you actually commit to understanding the combat and the combos you feel rewarded with much easier fights and an earned victory.
Take this next bit with a grain of salt as this was still a beta. The amount of content is very limited in scope to the final product. There is a lot of repetition to the gameplay. As you level your characters, you gain more powerful and complex abilities that open up the strategies available to you. But, in the end, you are still taking on missions to beat up bad guys, so you can get to more missions to beat up more bad guys.
I know some gamers who get tired of that grind very fast. It’s the nature of online games as a service, so is this game for you if you’re not a fan of the repetition? I have good news, I think it is.
When Spider-Man for the PS4 came out it was an instant hit and it had fans clamoring for a shared universe in the same way the MCU has done for films. But, with Sony only owning the rights for Spider-Man, this was probably a long shot. If Disney and Marvel were going to cash in on an entire shared universe for gaming, they’d want it to span all platforms and not just the PlayStation.
Enter Marvel’s Avengers, which is setting the groundwork to do just that. In the beta the thing that most captured my attention was how invested I was in the opening Golden Gate Bridge battle. Someone I had seen before and wasn’t impressed by. But suddenly, when I’m actually in control playing through the entire thing I notice I’m more drawn into the conflict. I know a lot of fans were upset about the new designs of the characters, a departure from what we know from the MCU. But it’s a necessary step in order to allow this new universe to build its own mythos.
Marvel’s Avengers is going to be an online game that Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics continue to develop for. It’s the best model in gaming right now for making money, to keep your players coming back. What’s great about Marvel’s Avengers being online is that once you drop the $60 for the base game, any additional content and story that is released in the future you will get for free. So, if you’re not someone who is into repetitive, grinding content, wait a few months for the story content to pile up and then jump in. Get the story to keep you playing and when it’s done, you take a break and come back later when there’s more.
There’s so much more to look forward to with Marvel’s Avengers game, from being able to play online with friends to take down the biggest and baddest in the Marvel Universe, to upgrade the Helicarrier throughout your adventure. Even if you don’t think the game is worth it at the launch, as time goes on the content will grow and improve through fan feedback. So, whether you do so on September 4th at launch or later down the road, at some point any Marvel fan should look forward to Assembling for this game.
Want to hear more on Marvel’s Avengers? Check out the last episode of The Other Identity where Robbie and Ben talk about the game.
Follow CheckpointXP on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram!
Feature Image Credit: Marvel’s Avengers Logo by Square Enix\Crystal Dynamics
Author: About The Author