Marvel Snap, the popular CCG centering on quick play sessions with a constantly shifting battlefield, is now available to play on PC via Steam. While the Steam version had previously essentially been a port of the mobile version, this revised launch includes native widescreen support. In the announcement, developer Second Dinner notes this should make it easier for Snap streamers to broadcast as well.
Second Dinner’s Ben Brode appeared on stage at Gamescom’s Opening Night Live event to make the announcement with a new cinematic trailer. The studio is also attending Gamescom in Germany this week, so attendees of the show can pose for pictures with a giant Devil Dinosaur mech variant and a model Cosmic Cube.
In addition, all players can claim rewards with Twitch drops starting today, August 22, and running through 11:59 PM PT on August 29 (2:59 AM ET on August 30). Just watch any Marvel Snap category channel with drops enabled for the allotted time to claim your rewards:
- Drop #1: What is This, Wizard Poker?
- Watch Time: 2 Hours
- Rewards: Nightcrawler Variant & Avatar, 35 Nightcrawler Boosters, 200 Credits, and Title: “What is this, Wizard Poker?”
- Drop #2: I’m an Influencer
- Watch Time: Four Hours Total
- Rewards: Moon Girl Variant & Avatar, 35 Moon Girl Boosters, 200 Credits, and Title: “I’m an Influencer”
- Drop #3: I Am Streaming LIVE
- Watch Time: Six Hours Total
- Rewards: Sunspot Variant & Avatar, 65 Sunspot Boosters, 250 Credits, Title: “I Am Streaming This LIVE”
“Launching the game on PC has been a dream of ours for years now, and we’ve worked really hard to ensure it’s an experience that players new and old are going to absolutely love,” Brode said in the announcement. “This is especially an exciting time for the streaming community, who have welcomed Marvel Snap with open arms. The game looks absolutely beautiful on PC and we can’t wait to see the epic streams on Twitch now that we’re live.”
Be sure to check out our roundup of all the games and announcements from Gamescom Opening Night Live.
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