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Marvel Heroes Founders Program tiers announced, slated for spring release

Wednesday, 9th January 2013 16:49 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

A Founders Program for Marvel Heroes, the free-to-play MMO from Gazillion Entertainment, has been announced.

The Founders Program gives the players the option to purchase a pack allowing for early game access, in-game currency, and more.

The option is available for purchase for a limited time only through Starter, Premium and Ultimate packs.

Here’s a rundown of the various digital Founders packs:

  • Starter – There are 16 different Starter Packs available. Each pack includes one of 16 Super Heroes to play at launch, one bonus costume for the chosen hero, £6 of in-game currency and two days head start prior to launch. Each Starter Pack will be available for £12.99.
  • Premium – There are seven different Premium Packs available that will come equipped with a team of four heroes from across the Marvel Universe, including X-Force, Uncanny X-Men, Marvel Knights, Avengers, Marvel NOW, Marvel Classic and a special Deadpool pack (Why? Because he made us do it). Players will also receive four bonus costumes for their team, £20 in-game currency and four days head start prior to launch. The Premium Pack is available for £39.99.
  • Ultimate – The optimal value of the Founders Program, the Ultimate Pack includes access to ALL heroes available in Marvel Heroes at launch, ALL launch costumes plus four Ultimate Pack exclusive costumes (Maestro Hulk, Wolverine Weapon X, Spider-Man Symbiote and the Iron Man 3 Movie Armor), £32 in-game currency, seven days head start prior to launch, a permanent 5% experience boost, a permanent 5% item find boost, and more. The Ultimate Pack is available for £129.99.

Marvel Heroes launches in the spring and will be available for Mac OS post-launch.

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  1. TheWulf

    Ooh, thanks for the heads-up! I think I shall grab the Rocket Raccoon starter pack, seeing as they have his NOW costume in there. (I really dig what they’re doing with the now stuff.)

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