Marvel Future Revolution PC - How to Play on PC

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Looking to play the Marvel Future Revolution PC version? There's no official PC version, but that doesn't mean you can't run it on one. Whether your phone or tablet isn't up to the task or you'd just rather play it on the big screen, there is a way to splice in Marvel Future Revolution PC support.

It's not official, but it's completely fine by the game's Privacy Policy. All you need is an emulator. There are tons out there these days, from both official and unofficial sources. Some work better than others, but we'll be detailing a few options and listing even more.

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Emulators work for loads of mobile games. So if you ultimately use this life hack to go deeper into the mobile gaming universe, check out our list of the best Android strategy games, the best Android card games, and maybe even check out our all-encompassing tier list hub for the biggest mobile games around. That includes our Marvel Future Revolution tier list as well.

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What is the Best Marvel Future Revolution Emulator?

Right now, the best Marvel Future Revolution emulator appears to be LDPlayer. We don't know what kind of magic it pulls behind that gorgeous UI, but players around the web are convinced it's the more stable choice for this particular game.

Though we haven't tested it ourselves, the setup process should be largely the same as the Bluestacks steps below. Just install it, grab your Marvel Future Revolution APK, and play away. If it doesn't work, check for some 64-bit option. Bluestacks needed that to run the game. If LDPlayer can't run the game without it, that's what you need to look for.

How to Play Marvel Future Revolution on PC

  • Download and install Bluestacks.
    • You can use any of the emulators listed further down this post, but the following steps relate to Bluestacks specifically
  • Go through the initial Bluestacks setup until you reach the main app screen.
  • Use Ctrl+Shift+8 to open the Multi-Instance manager.
  • Click 'New Instance' and create a 'Fresh' instance.
  • Select 'Nougat 64-bit' from the dropdown menu and select the PC resources you'd like the emulator to use.
  • Hit 'Create' and wait for the instance to be created.
  • Hit 'Start' on the 64-bit instance that should now be on the list.
  • Install 'Marvel Future Revolution' from the Google Play Store or through an APK downloaded from another site.
  • Run the game.
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By downloading and installing something like Bluestacks, you can run a version of Android on your PC of choice, and by installing Marvel Future Revolution within it, you'll be able to play the popular mobile game on your PC or laptop with full keyboard/mouse support. You can even play this particular one with a controller, too.

Marvel Future Revolution PC gameplay running on the Bluestacks emulator.
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Marvel Future Revolution PC Controls

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So how do you play a faked Marvel Future Revolution PC build with a keyboard and mouse, anyway? It's a phone game designed for touch screens, after all.

Thankfully, Bluestacks make this super easy as well. Keyboard and mouse controls are automatically mapped as soon as you fire up the game. Those little keybind markers all over your screen represent the keys you'll use to mimic touchscreen inputs.

The same goes for Marvel Future Revolution controller support as well. If you're playing through Bluestacks with a gamepad connected, it will automatically map and switch to gamepad controls, enabling you to use something like an Xbox controller to immediately play the game.

For QTEs that use swipes, the left and right joysticks will work like a sliding finger. For static elements like menu buttons along the top of the screen a little later on, just press the Start button on your controller to enter mouse mode, which enabled the left joystick to move the cursor, and then tap it again to switch straight back to regular gamepad controls.

If you ever want to rebind these default control schemes, just click the keyboard icon on the right-most menu bar of Bluestacks itself.

How to change settings in Marvel Future Revolution.
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Marvel Future Revolution Settings

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If you're struggling to hit a stable framerate in your Marvel Future Revolution PC emulation, you might want to tone down the settings just a little. Keep the frame rate on high just to unlock the 30fps cap, but turn things down to the point where you can actually play the game comfortably.

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You can do this at virtually any point (even in cutscenes) by opening up the menu in the top-right of the screen. Go into detailed settings from there and incrementally tweak anything you don't really need to enjoy the game. Once you're able to maintain a solid framerate in some heavy fights, you can sit peacefully knowing you'll be grinding levels efficiently.

And that's it! By following the steps above, hopefully you won't have too much trouble setting up a Marvel Future Revolution PC build. Once you tie your account to something like Google Play, you'll be free to jump between playing the same characters across mobile, tablet, and PC.

Other Marvel Future Revolution Emulators

If Bluestacks isn't the emulator for you, there are plenty of alternatives. Android emulators have been around for years and are constantly evolving to support bigger and better mobile titles. While most are developed by third parties, some are developed by the game publishers themselves, ensuring perfect performance with their own titles.

Best Android Emulators for Marvel Future Revolution:

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No emulator is currently partnering with Marvel Future Revolution to offer proper compatibility. We can't guarantee that any of the above emulators will run the game well or even at all, but if you're struggling with Bluestacks, it's worth trying some of the well-known emulators above.

Netmarble doesn't discourage users from using emulators to play its games, but it has spoken on the matter before to simply say it can't help with technical support if you run into an issue while playing on one.