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Marvel Snap Just Set The Bar For How To Handle A Player Revolt

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Marvel Snap is just ending its second month of closed beta, and the digital collectible card game has already gone through a full-blown player revolt.

It began in early July with the start of its second season, a Thor tie-in called Love And Thunder, and the introduction of a new monetization mechanic called Nexus Events.

Thematically, Nexus Events were a reference to the Loki series on Disney+, but unfortunately they were less of an event and more of a loot box for new cards with exceptionally low pull rates.

I’ll let you take a stab at how well this went over with the community. Everything about the Nexus Events was a disaster. Not only was the game asking you to spend about $3 for a 1.5 percent chance of receiving a new card, but the messaging around it was terrible too.

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