Marvel's Midnight Suns Delayed to Late 2022

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Today has brought bad news for fans of the upcoming Marvel's Midnight Suns game originally scheduled for Spring 2022 as Firaxis Games today announced that the game’s release has been delayed.

In a statement, the games creative director Jake Solomon along with Senior Franchise Producer Garth DeAngelis shared the news and didn’t provide a new release date for the game instead simply the second half of 2022.

The pair claim that the extra time will be used wisely to add more story, cinematics, and polish to the game which is “essential in helping us make out vision a reality”.

The XCOM style Marvel game was first announced at Gamescom 2021 back in August and will bring a roster of heroes to the forefront who aren’t particularly represented in popular Marvel games along with the usual Xmen and Avengers team members.

Even with its delay, the game is still set to release sometime in the last half of 2022 and will be available for gamers on PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Xbox.

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About Marvel's Midnight Suns:

Marvel's Midnight Suns is an upcoming tactical role-playing game developed by Firaxis Games in collaboration with Marvel Games. It will feature comic book characters from multiple Marvel properties, such as Midnight Sons, Avengers, X-Men, and Runaways. Players will be able to create their own superhero named "The Hunter" with a choice of over 40 different powers.

The game was first announced at the virtual Gamescom 2021 on 25 August 2021 with the game currently being scheduled for release in the second half of 2022. It is scheduled to be released on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Microsoft Windows via Steam and the Epic Games Store.

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