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Marvel Strike Force has dropped a new update that consists of new costumes for characters like Doctor Octopus (No Way Home), Red Hulk (War Horseman), and Drax (Holiday Sweater).
Not only that, the developers have announced a new event named ‘Death Scourge’ along with new playable characters like Archangel, Nemesis, Captain Carter, and others.
However, there appears to be a problem that players started facing after it.
Marvel Strike Force not loading
The affected gamers allege that when they start the game, the loading screen freezes at 17 percent and will not progress any further.
Normally, there’s a little bar at the bottom of the screen after a patch that says ‘Downloading’ but that seems to be missing as well.
Some gamers assumed it was a visual glitch and just left the game running for a while, but no progress was gained.
This issue seems to have popped up after a recent v6.6.0 update that was released on December 7 and affects all platforms.
Is anyone else having difficulty getting the game to load. It gets upto 17% and the tips and writing changes but it doesn’t load anymore
Loading screen is stuck at 17%. Any suggestion to fix it short of a delete and re install?
I have already reset my phone and that didnt help.
Among the reports, there is a possible workaround that appears to resolve this issue. All you need to do is uninstall and reinstall the game:
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