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Marvel's Midnight Suns Delayed, to Launch for PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC First

Marvel's Midnight Suns Delayed, to Launch for PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC First - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 08 August 2022 / 2,564 Views

Take-Two Interactive announced it has decided to delay the release of the Fireaxis Games-developed Marvel's Midnight Suns

Marvel's Midnight Suns was originally scheduled to launch on October 7. The game will now first launch for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC by the end of the current fiscal year, which is set to end on March 31, 2023. It will launch at a later date for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

"We have made the decision to move back the launch timing of Marvel's Midnight Suns to ensure the teams at Firaxis Games and 2K deliver the best possible experience for our fans," said Take-Two in a statement.

"The title will launch later this fiscal year on Windows PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5. The Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch versions will follow at a later date."

View a trailer of the game below:

Read details on the game below:

Marvel’s Midnight Suns is a new tactical RPG set in the darker side of the Marvel Universe, putting you face-to-face against demonic forces of the underworld as you team up with and live among the Midnight Suns, Earth’s last line of defense.

After centuries of sleep, Lilith, Mother of Demons, has been revived by Hydra through a twist of dark magic and science. Lilith stops at nothing to complete an ancient prophecy and bring back her evil master, Chthon. Pushed to the brink, the Avengers desperately look to fight fire with hellfire and enlist the help of the Midnight Suns—Nico Minoru, Blade, Magik and Ghost Rider—young heroes with powers deeply rooted in the supernatural, formed to prevent the very prophecy Lilith aims to fulfill. Together, they resurrect an ancient warrior—the Hunter, Lilith’s forsaken child and the only hero known to have ever defeated her. In the face of fallen allies and the fate of the world at stake, it will be up to you to rise up against the darkness!

From the legendary studio that changed strategy and tactics games forever comes a new title, offering cinematic tactical combat with a Super Hero flair, friendships to forge with iconic heroes, and an unforgettable adventure that dives deep into the darker side of Marvel.
Darkness Falls. Rise Up!

Key Features:

  • Your Marvel Adventure – Become the Hunter, the first customizable original hero in the Marvel Universe. Lead a legendary collection of heroes that span across The Avengers, X-Men, Runaways, and more as you customize your team, tailor your selection of abilities to suit your playstyle, and unlock iconic outfits that will delight any Marvel fan.
  • Explore the Dark Side of Marvel – Rise up against the demonic forces of Lilith and experience an immersive personal story that brings familiar heroes to an unfamiliar world, filled with the supernatural and the mystical. The stakes are higher than ever as you face-off against fallen versions of iconic Marvel characters and attempt to stop Lilith from reviving her evil master, Chthon.
  • Live Among the Legends – See heroes in a new light and unlock additional abilities as you develop relationships and strengthen personal bonds outside the field of battle with some of your favorite Marvel superheroes such as Iron Man, Wolverine, and Captain America. Dive deep and explore The Abbey – your very own mystical secret base – as you explore the grounds and uncover its hidden mysteries.
  • Fight and Think Like a Super Hero – Team up with your fellow heroes, assess the tactical battlefield, and strategically launch devastating iconic attacks against the forces of darkness. From the creators of the critically acclaimed tactical XCOM series comes a new engaging and deeply customizable battle system that rewards clever thinking with Super Hero flair.

A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012 and taking over the hardware estimates in 2017. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel. You can contact the author on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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Blood_Tears (on 08 August 2022)

Please remove that awful card system for this game. Just keep the XCOM style combat and the game will be successful.

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gtotheunit91 Blood_Tears (on 08 August 2022)

Seriously! I was freaking out about the idea of XCOM with a Marvel coat of paint.....and then the card system was announced lol. I have a bad feeling that the game is just too far into development to completely get rid of a core mechanic of the game and overhaul the gameplay.

I would be more than happy to be wrong!

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Imaginedvl gtotheunit91 (on 09 August 2022)

X-Com is cool but there are some serious flaw (not fixed at all by this card system mind you :D).
One thing I hate about X-Com is the ambush mechanics... Why can't I keep anyone "not" attacking stealth instead of having all of them revealed as soon as I take the first offensive action! Maybe they'll gimmi a card for that (just kidding). But overall I think the card system looks interesting; I'm not a huge fan of Marvel/DC/Superhero stuff (don't even know which hero belong to which universe) so I really see this more as a smash-n-up tactical games than a really serious one like X-Com; so card makes sense to me ahah

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The Fury (on 09 August 2022)

People want rid of the card system? It's what appeals to me. What doesn't is non-Midnight Sons in the Midnight Suns game. Where's Morbius?

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SecondWar The Fury (on 10 August 2022)

I'm guessing they are including well-known Avengers to broaden the appeal and marketability as the Midnight Suns are as well known.

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aTokenYeti (on 08 August 2022)

If they are going to delay into 2023 they should probably just drop last gen support. Switch is still current gen for Nintendo so keep that version, but no need to do an Xbox One or PS4 release. There will be north of 30 million PS5s and north of 20 million Xbox Series consoles on the market by the time this game eventually comes out, the industry has to move off the Xbox One and PS4 in 2023. It’s time

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SecondWar aTokenYeti (on 09 August 2022)

I’m not sure about the should but feel that they will anyway.

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