If you are an avid player of Marvel Future Fight, you should consider uninstalling and reinstalling the game after every major update. I consider a major update as the updates when they add several new characters, game items, or game modes. In general, if you’ve played the game for over three months and are having any issues with your mobile device you play on, reinstall the game. Here is why…
As the game stands right now, it uses slightly over one gigabyte (1 GB) of storage on your mobile device. As time goes on, the storage size of the game gets a lot bigger very quickly. Some players have reported that the game has grown to between five and ten gigabytes (5 GB and 10 GB) on their mobile devices.
How bad it gets on your particular device will vary, but the general theory is that game updates don’t fully remove older versions of the game (for now at least). So for most mobile device platforms, it appears that the game piles on additional storage with each update. A fresh install of Marvel Future Fight seems to reduce the overall amount of space taken.
I experienced this problem first hand and made the mistake of thinking it was my phone and not the game application. Over the course of about two months, I notice my iPhone start to lock up intermittently. When it wasn’t locking up, there was a significant amount of stuttering and lagging through basic applications on the phone. I thought it was my phone, until I talked with several other users in the game and they reported the same issues.
Several players suggested to me that I uninstall and reinstall the game. They told me that they had done so and it resolved all of their issues. So I uninstalled and reinstalled the game. Problem solved.
Before you uninstall and reinstall the game, make sure to sync your account with either the Gamecenter (iPhone) or Facebook. I synced my account with Facebook and had no issue reinstalling the game and loading my account back up. I had to play through the basic introduction again before I reloaded my account. The whole process was a waste of thirty minutes but it resolved all of the issues I had with my phone.
Obviously this is a problem that Netmarble needs to look into. If you notice that the device you play Marvel Future Fight on is freezing, lagging through basic applications, or simply not running like it normally does, check the size of the Marvel Future Fight application. If it is over two gigabytes (2 GB), odds are pretty good that uninstalling and reinstalling Marvel Future Fight will resolve your issues.