Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: How to Change Your Team

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: How to Change Your Team

There are a lot of team options in Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3. Here’s how to change your team.

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 features a huge cast pulling from iconic Marvel franchises like Guardians of the Galaxy, X-Men, Spider-MAn and the Avengers. There are so many heroes to choose from, but you must choose wisely, as your team layout will often dictate your success on a certain mission. In this Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Change Team Guide, we’ll take a look at how to change your team, and when you can do so.

How to Change Your Team in Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3

Once you’ve unlocked a few more characters at the start of Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, you’ll want to start building your own teams. You can have four heroes to a team, and can change it by heading to a Shield Point. Shield Points are white Shield checkpoints on the ground in hub areas and at the start and middle of missions. From these Shield Points, select Team, and you can swap out new Heroes.

When Can You Change Your Team in Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3?

When you start up Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, you’ll be part of the Guardians of the Galaxy. You’ll only be able to use Gamora, Star Lord, Drax, and Rocket/Groot. You’ll need to wait until Nick Fury shows up at the Raft to change your team, though once you’ve cleared this you’ll be able to change it whenever you’re at a Shield Point. They are spaced pretty regularly throughout missions, though there’s always one before a boss fight, and at the start of a mission.

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