In the Marvels Avengers game, all MCU skins are shown

In the Marvels Avengers game, all MCU skins are shown ...

The public was so accustomed to Marvel Studios' Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films that the different appearances of these familiar heroes were considered unsettling. Crystal Dynamics is now paying homage to the MCU with some skins based on the films. These arent free or earnable in-game, however, you must purchase them in the Marketplace.

The following Marvels Avengers characters currently have an MCU skin in the Marketplace, with the characters listed in order of their first MCU outfits released in game.

Black Widow

This Avengers: Endgame-inspired costume surprisingly sparked outrage among the Marvel Avengers community as the hair wasn't neat enough to observe.

A skin based on Natashas white outfit from her solo film is available alongside a reprise of the Red Room Takeover event. People are still irritated by that hair.

Natasha's Infinity War-inspired outfit changes things up from previous skins. She's also ditched her red hair and dyed it blonde, as she did for her covert operations with Cap in the movie.

Natasha's second Black Widow-inspired outfit is one of the coolest spy outfits she has ever worn. The outfit includes Black Widow completely dressed out with her twin pistols, dual shock batons, and electric bracelets. However, the best detail has to be her hair, which is a popular attraction.

Natasha's Age of Ultron outfit is, perhaps, one of the best film adaptations yet. The spy is prepared to defeat Ultron's army of robots with her shock batons. Her hair is the finest and coolest it has ever been, and she looks quite impressive.

Hawkeye

Clint Barton wore a number of outfits in Avengers: Endgame, but Marvel's Avengers choose the obviousest, ditching most of his Ronin outfits. The buzzcut isnt popular with fans either.

Clint is wearing a much cooler outfit than his previous Marvel Studios Avengers: Age of Ultron outfit. He may just be a guy with a bow and arrow, but he's nonetheless an Avenger. Plus, his hair is back, along with a smug face.

Clint Hawkeye's outfit may not be the most appealing to see, but its simple design works well for the former spy. It's designed for combat around New York City and is about as ludicrous as his Endgame outfit, but at least he's got hair. Unfortunately, he no longer has the smug appearance of his Age of Ultron skin.

The actual artwork for Hawkeyes Civil War suit is missing his bow, although his costume may match his film appearance, the photo shows him holding his Ronin sword, which is strange considering he never uses it in the film.

Clint Barton's popular attempt to recreate samurai figures is now available for purchase. Before the events of Avengers: Endgame, Barton waged a violent war against criminal groups around the world. His use of a sword makes a lot more sense in-game.

Iron Man

The Iron Man Avengers: Endgame skin is probably the most popular MCU skin in Marvels Avengers. This skin is inspired by Tony Starks' nanosuit and has become a popular in-game photographer on social media.

Iron Man was the inspiration for the Marvel Studios Marvel Studios Marvel Studios Iron Man skin, otherwise known as the Mach III armor, is Tony Starks benchmark for all of his future suit designs throughout the films. Without it, he is just a genius, billionaire, playboy, and philanthropist.

Tony hopped in a Formula 1 car like it was his own Audi R8 during the Grand Monaco Race, but Whiplash cut Tonys car in half. To protect himself, Stark grabbed his own Iron Man suit in a box, forming in a few seconds, similar to his nanosuit in Infinity War.

Tony Stark's latest prototype in Iron Man 3, the totally-as-Christmas-movie, is Mark 47, which makes for some excellent Photo Mode shots. All players must do is get 100 Shipments by March 3.

Tonys second-to-last outfit in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is powered by nanotechnology, and it quickly conforms to him like a glove. Iron Man survived Thanos' attack, which included being stabbed, tossed around, and even managed to dodge an entire moon.

Tony Stark re-entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Captain America: Civil War, but he continued to wear the suit to combat Cap's rebellious tendencies. During the famous airport fight sequence, you can see it here, sorry for the spoiler.

This is the final outfit from Iron Man's Avengers: Endgame campaign, but with a few battle damage and the iconic MCU Infinity Stones. Recreate the dramatic scene with some dramatic pictures through the games photo mode.

Hulk

In Avengers: Endgame, Bruce Banner and the Hulk collided into a Professor Hulk character, and this Marvels Avengers skin uses the same tactical bodysuit as Hulk for the majority of the film.

Captain America

Steve Rogers of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was able to wear a chainmail suit for the last time in Avengers: Endgame. It's an iconic part of Captain America's outfit, so it fits naturally in Marvel's Avengers.

The first Avengers costume might be a bit dated, but we prefer the term old-school. If players choose, they may now wear the star-spangled outfit from that iconic 2012 film.

The Captain America Infinity War outfit is a faded and rugged shadow of what the suit depicted. Steve Rogers is on the run from the government and no longer bears the star-spangled shield or title of Captain America. He simply introduces himself as Steve Rogers. Fortunately, Crystal Dynamics included the beard.

Captain America's origins outfit may include all the equipment needed to defeat Hydra during World War II, but Cap only needs the shield and his can-do attitude. The rifle holster and ammunition pouch are just there to enhance the overall coolness of the outfit.

Thor

Thor received a much-needed makeover in Thor: Ragnarok, and this alone helped redefine the character visually. The demigod went full Thor in the climax of Avengers: Infinity War, wearing full armor, and continued wearing this costume during the tragic opening of Avengers: Endgame.

In the second part of Thor, we first saw the God of Thunder with his flowing red cape and golden locks. Thats until we see him in Avengers: Endgame. His outfit, however, remains the same in The Avengers, and does not get an upgrade until Thor: Ragnarok.

Thor undergoes a significant change in his third film. His blonde hair was cut short, and he got a fresh makeover. He looks the same as he did in the coliseum fight against a colleague from work. Although, he lacks the winged helmet and dual swords he has in the game. He is not the God of hammers.

The character of Thors in his first standalone film has subtle differences from the sequel. One new feature is the God of Thunders lustrous beard. It was a bit more than stuble when he first appeared on the big screen, but as he develops as a character it diminishes the metal plating around his arms.

This Marvels Avengers skin is recapturing a regal feel to Kenneth Branagh's Thor film. Thor only briefly wore his ceremonial helmet in his first film, with the rest of the MCU opting to leave Chris Hemsworth's blonde locks out. However, for those who prefer a more king-like Thor from the comics, this might be the best skin option.

The Infinity War appearance is a representation of a time when Thor has suffered from trauma and loss, although Rocket gifts Thor with a new eye in the middle of Infinity War. It's a bit a shame though, considering how many people saw the eyepatch as a parallel to Odin.

The Thor: Love and Thunder costume, inspired by Chris Hemsworth's new threads in the Taika Waititi-directed series, was released the same day as the film was released in the United States. Its a more colorful version of him wearing his battle outfit, one that complements Jack Kirby's Mighty Thor look.

Black Panther

TChalla, who played the King of Wakanda in Marvel Studios Black Panther, was donned by Chadwick Boseman, who died of cancer. It was also worn in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, as opposed to his more traditional costume in Captain America: Civil War.

TChalla wore a more functional Black Panther outfit during Captain America: Civil War and at the beginning of Black Panther; whatever you prefer better, now you have options.

Kate Bishop

Kate Bishop, an Oscar-nominated actress, portrayed Clint Bartons' first MCU appearance in the Disney+ Hawkeye show. Although Kate does not have the proficiency and experience of the video game Kate, she still proves herself to be an expert sharpshooter and athlete. Her MCU skin in the Marvels Avengers game comes after Clint got his own Hawkeye skin too bad Fortnite already beat them to it.

Spider-Man

Peter Parker has had many Spider-Man suits in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the majority were created by Tony Stark. It wasn't until Spider-Man: Far From Home that Peter developed his own technologically advanced suit. Yes, it was created by Stark, but he built it by himself to defeat Mysterio.

Peter Parker worked undercover in his second standalone film, S.H.I.E.L.D., removing his classic Spider-Man outfit and wearing an all-black stealth outfit to defeat Mysterio, the fire elemental.

The homecoming-inspired outfit from Peters Spider-Man is his second suit, although the first was a homemade one he wore to hide his true identity. Moments before Tony Stark gives him this upgrade, it's another surprise, but still a strange choice due to Spider-Man: No Way Home being out at this time.

Spider-Man gets a ride on an alien spaceship and goes to space. His normal suit isnt exactly designed to travel outside of Earth's atmosphere, thus Tony Stark created Peter a suit that does just that. At the conclusion of Spider-Man: Homecoming, fans saw it first.

Ms. Marvel

Kamala Khan grew up to be the surprise protagonist of Marvels Avengers, and on the live-action side, she's getting her due in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Iman Vellani plays the Pakistani-American New Jersey native in the Ms. Marvel Disney+ show, although her powers and their source are very different from those in the comics and game, she wears a very similar outfit.

Mighty Thor

Natalie Portman made a surprising comeback in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Jane Foster, who wields Mjolnir in Thor: Love and Thunder. The game Mighty Thor has a similar backstory as the MCUs version, and with this skin, you can recall the MCUs elaborate portrayion of this character.