Marvel Snap's New Patch Adds "Fast Forward" Function To Speed Up Crazy-Long Card Loops; Nerfs Galactus And Others

"We're looking at you, Wong-Onslaught-Mystique-Ironheart!"

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Second Dinner has dropped a new update for Marvel Snap that features nerfs for certain existing cards, a host of bug fixes, and introduces a neat feature that displays the credentials of artists above a card in your collection.

However, one addition likely to stir up attention from players is the "fast forward" function, which makes crazy-long card loops that trigger back-to-back happen much faster in-game now.

Card combos like Wong-Onslaught-Mystique-Ironheart or the infamous Black Panther loop will no longer be a drawn-out rotation of upgrades that players must sit through until the end. Now, it only takes seconds. The change definitely benefits the speedy, bite-sized nature of Marvel Snap's card battles, so it's a positive step for the player experience.

What may become a bit more debatable when it comes to positive change are the nerfs dished out for specific well-known cards. The affected cards - Aero, Galactus, Leader, and Nova - now have reduced Power Levels. Second Dinner will continue "evaluating" any other meaningful changes for Galactus and Leader, meaning we may see more nerfs in the future.

On the upside, Second Dinner buffed Drax, Groot, Hazmat, Black Cat, and Nakia. Specifically, Drax and Groot received a buff to their baselines to make them "less risky to play," while the others got increased Power.

You can learn more about the patch details from the Marvel Snap website!

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In this article: Marvel Snap, Second Dinner.

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Anthony Jones
Anthony Jones, News Editor

Anthony Jones is a gaming journalist and late 90s kid in love with retro games and the evolution of modern gaming. He started at Mega Visions as a news reporter covering the latest announcements, rumors, and fan-made projects. FFXIV has his heart in the MMORPGs scene, but he's always excited to analyze and lose hours to ambitious and ambiguous MMOs that gamers follow.

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