Marvel Strike Force

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Marvel Strike Force
Developer(s) FoxNext
Publisher(s) FoxNext
Engine Unity[1]
Platform(s) iOS, Android
Release March 28, 2018
Genre(s) Role-playing
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer

Marvel Strike Force is a free-to-play turn-based role-playing mobile game by FoxNext for Android and iOS platforms.[2][3][4] The game was launched worldwide on March 28, 2018.


The Earth has fallen under siege by sinister forces led by Ultimus. Agents for the Special Tactical Reserve for International Key Emergencies have been called to assemble squads of heroes and villains chiefly from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to combat his legions before its too late.[4][5][6]

In addition to this campaign, special sub-plot events are also released, based on any recent Marvel films that were released, starting with Avengers: Infinity War, regardless of whether or not they are from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


Marvel Strike Force allows players to collect Marvel Universe characters from both the heroes and villains and generic characters from large organizations such as SHIELD, The Hand and Hydra, and use them to fight in turn-based battles. There are multiple ways to collect characters: some are given to players immediately, whereas others are gained via gameplay or as in-game rewards in the form of shards that are earned by players to unlock and or promote their characters. Shards can either be earned from winning battles or bought from a shop. Players level up their user level by gaining experience by completing daily quests or completing battles.

Battles are divided up into rounds, with the character with the highest speed attribute going first. Each team consists of up to five different characters that battle until defeated or reinforcements enter. Battles are turn-based, based on the speed attribute, where the combatants apply various buffs to their own team and damage to the opponent all the while trying to deal the most overall damage and having the last character alive.



  1. ^ "Marvel Strike Force". Marvel Strike Force official website. Retrieved 8 January 2018.
  2. ^ Spangler, Todd (20 November 2017). "'Marvel Strike Force' Mobile Fighting Game Release Date Set for 2018 (Video)".
  3. ^ "Marvel Strike Force is the new squad-based superhero RPG".
  4. ^ a b Tylwalk, Nick. "Marvel Strike Force Looks Like Another Marvel Game You Need in Your Life". Gamezeebo. Retrieved 7 January 2018.
  5. ^ "Marvel Strike Force - About the Game". Marvel Strike Force official website. Retrieved 8 January 2018.
  6. ^ "Marvel Strike Force Teaser Trailer". YouTube. Marvel Entertainment. Retrieved 8 January 2018.

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