When Marvel’s Midnight Suns was initially announced, it was to be released for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Switch, and PC. The PS4 and Xbox versions will be released five months later, on May 11, 2023. According to 2K, the PS4 and Xbox One versions won’t see a physical edition and will be a digital-only affair. Sadly, while a Nintendo Switch version of Marvel’s Midnight Suns was also announced, it was canceled. There hasn’t been any reason as to why, but we can only assume this came down to performance issues on Nintendo’s hybrid console.
On the same day, a new DLC for the game, titled Blood Storm, which will introduce Marvel’s favorite weather-controlling Omega mutant Goddess, Storm. In this new DLC, Storm will join your team as she hunts down a missing mutant that may be taken by the villain known as Sin and her vampire forces.
And if you’re a faith Marvel comic book reader, you’ll also know that Bloodstorm was/is the name of the Storm from an alternate universe, Earth-1298. Unlike the Storm from Eart-616, this version was captured and turned by Count Dracula and turned into a vampire. Just a bit of trivia for you if you didn’t already know.
If you haven’t played Marvel’s Midnight Suns, but are thinking about it but need a bit of motivation, give our review a read. While being a Deck Building RTS, Marvel’s Midnight Suns hits the nail on the head and obliterates it in the best way possible.
Marvel’s Midnight Suns released for the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, on December 2, 2022.