Marvel’s Midnight Suns is a tactical RPG developed by Firaxis Games and published by 2K Games.
It features a cast of various Marvel superheroes and antiheroes who team up to defeat Lilith, the Mother of Demons.
Marvel's Midnight Suns' Switch version was recently cancelled, but Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick said the company plans on continuing to support the platform.
Storm joins the roster as a new playable hero. The Xbox One and PS4 versions of the turn-based tactical RPG are also out today.
The X-Men legend arrives on May 11th with the Xbox One and PS4 versions and deals more damage by holding cards for a turn.
Firaxis and 2K's turn-based tactics RPG will bring a vast and varied cast of Marvel superheroes to last-gen consoles next week.
The Living Vampire is the latest DLC character to join the Midnight Suns roster and dishes out extra damage to bleeding targets.
The latest DLC for Marvel's Midnight Suns brings a new vampire to the roster, along with other features.
Build up Ravenous charges and quickly burst down enemies when Venom joins the roster on February 23rd in the Redemption DLC.
Jake Solomon was at the studio for 23 years and also served as creative director for XCOM. Steve Martin leaves after 27 years.
Players can try out the Standard Edition of Firaxis's turn-based RPG with progress, purchased items and virtual currency carrying over.
Check out the trailer for the next DLC coming to Marvel's Midnight Suns. Dubbed Redemption, the DLC will focus on Venom.
Despite the critical success of Marvel's Midnight Suns, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick believes that the launch window may have had something to do with low sales.
Along with the base game, the Enhanced Edition includes Premium Skins for Captain America, Magik, Wolverine, Nico Minoru and more.
The Merc with a Mouth gains En Fuego stacks when taking down enemies, increasing the damage and potency of his abilities.
The first DLC features a new story and enemies, while Deadpool has ten unique abilities, a new Abbey upgrade, and separate outfits.
The fourth-wall-breaking hero is the first DLC character to be added to the turn-based RPG, with Storm, Venom and Morbius also coming.
Bruce Banner's alter ego is the final playable character in the turn-based card-battler, which is out now for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.
The XCOM developer delivers a turn-based card-battling title with Marvel superheroes. It's available for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PC.
Overwhelmed by all the different mechanics that Firaxis' latest has to offer? Check out this video that explains the basics step-by-step.
After having worked on the seminal XCOM 2 and the decent XCOM: Chimera Squad, Firaxis has now set its eyes on a licensed game based on one of Marvel’s properties with Marvel’s Midnight Suns. How w...
Taking damage increases his Rage, which increases his damage. This makes him a strong Tank and an enormous damage dealer.
The Midnight Suns face Lilith in their bid to stop Armageddon when the turn-based RPG launches on December 2nd worldwide.
The game also features roughly 65,000 lines of voiced dialogue and over two hours of cinematics, lead engineer Will Miller reveals.
Choose your squad, edit their skill decks, and battle against foes in turn-based combat. Generate Heroism to unleash more devastating abilities.
Firaxis and 2K's turn-based tactics superhero RPG will launch for PC and current-gen consoles in early December.
The latest trailer for the upcoming game shows off where players can hang out in between Marvel's Midnight Suns' various missions.
The livestream will seemingly focus on various bonding events, like pizza with Nico Minoru or hanging out poolside with Blade.
Robbie Reyes employs a fairly punishing style, losing health and cards to deal damage. However, the rewards can often be worth it.
Firaxis and 2K continue highlighting the upcoming Marvel's Midnight Suns' roster of heroes with another new trailer.
Learn more about Ghost Rider's massive damage potential (at the cost of self-damage), status effects, Reinforcements, and more.
The four DLC packs will also include Storm, Venom, and Morbius as new playable characters. There will also be new enemies and missions.
The livestream will showcase how to "fight and think like a superhero." It could also reveal another character for post-launch DLC.
The Living Vampire is the third character to be revealed via Deadpool's Twitter takeover and could be playable in upcoming DLC.
Eddie Brock and the Symbiote appear to be coming as post-launch DLC included with the Season Pass and Legendary Edition.
The post-launch plans for Marvel's Midnight Suns are being revealed thanks to Deadpool's continued takeover of the game's Twitter account.
The fourth-wall breaking superhero Deadpool has taken over the game's official Twitter account to campaign for his inclusion in the roster.
Nico is a support hero who can harness the Staff of One for random results, from copying Attack cards to damaging random enemies.
Producer Garth DeAngelis says that a lot of user tests saw players clocking in 70 to 80 hours, and still not doing all of the side content.
The new trailer, focusing on Nico, is likely a prelude for more trailers that will show off various aspects of the character.
A founding member of the group, Blade specializes in inflicting Bleed with cards that can Mark and deal increased damage to those afflicted.
The half-human, half-vampire hunter enters the fray, utilizing a sword, dual SMGs, and raw power to overwhelm his enemies.
Marvel is continuing to make big moves in gaming.
Illyana Rasputin can send enemies through portals, gather them together in one spot, and even banish friends or foes for a turn.
The larger, connected universe format has done wonders for Marvel where films and TV are concerned, but they're approaching games in a different manner.
As an apprentice of Mephisto from a young age, Illyana Rasputin can teleport, open portals, wield the Soulsword and much more.
Marvel and Firaxis have announced the release date for its upcoming turn-based strategy game Marvel's Midnight Suns.
With over 30 different cards and Legendary abilities for each ability branch, the Hunter is the most complex hero in the game.
A new trailer sheds light on the history of the upcoming superhero tactical RPG's protagonist, the fight against Lilith, and more.
As the player character, the Hunter can be customized in numerous intricate ways, from gender and hairstyle to different outfits.
The Chaos magic queen is all about positioning, and can buff her allies, cause enemies to fight each other, and deal massive AoE damage.
A fallen enchantress who wields Chaos Magic, Wanda Maximoff looks capable of dealing some serious damage to all her enemies.
Check out the newest trailer for the upcoming card-based strategy game Marvel's Midnight Suns, this time around focusing on Wolverine's gameplay.
A new trailer dives deep into the history of the iconic comic book character, who'll be one of several playable heroes in the upcoming RPG.
Moving on from Captain Marvel, the turn-based tactical RPG is shifting its focus to Wolverine with a new hero spotlight trailer.
The decision to delay the game to later in fiscal year 2023 was to "ensure we are delivering the best possible experience for our fans."
Take-Two Interactive revealed the delay in its recent earnings report. The PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch versions are also without a release window.
A powerhouse that inflicts immense single-target damage, Carol Danvers is also capable of countering and KOing enemies with ease.
Originally an Air Force pilot, Carol Danvers would gain superpowers thanks to Mar-Vell and battle all kinds of cosmic threats.
Carol Danvers a.k.a. Captain Marvel is the next superhero that Marvel's Midnight Suns is focusing on with its trailers.
Strange is the quintessential Support hero, capable of protecting and healing allies while restoring the use of Combat Items and generating Heroism.
It is now Doctor Strange's turn to get a hero spotlight trailer for the upcoming Marvel's Midnight Suns. Check out a glimpse of Doctor Strange's powers in the new trailer.
Learn more about Peter Parker's superhero origins en route to the turn-based RPG's release on October 7th for consoles and PC.
Dish out environmental attacks without consuming any Heroism, toss enemies about with Web-Throw, and more with everyone's favorite web-slinger.
After having focused on Captain America and Iron Man over the last couple of weeks, Marvel's Midnight Suns' marketing now shifts its attention to the famous wall-crawler.
Check out the new history-focused video for Marvel's Midnight Suns, showcasing the history of Iron Man from the superhero's inception to the present day.
Firaxis and 2K have released an extensive gameplay trailer that dives deep into Iron Man and how he functions in combat.
Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist Tony Stark a.k.a. Iron Man is the next Midnight Suns hero to get the spotlight.
After having shown a dedicated trailer and a gameplay deep dive focused on The First Avenger, Firaxis and 2K now go over the character's history.
A new deep dive focused on Captain America reveals new details on how he will function both in and out of combat in the upcoming RPG.
Ricochet the shield off several enemies with a single throw or charge through with elementally imbued attacks as the First Avenger.
Though the Darkhold plays a role in both media, creative lead Jake Solomon says it was a "genuine surprise" to see it in the film.
The card-based combat system "creates a different tension, but it's not nearly as stressful, I think, as XCOM," says director Jake Solomon.
Learn more about different status effects, how different heroes play, combat, and much more ahead of the game's release on October 7th.
Recent leaks have proven accurate, with an October launch date being confirmed for the tactical RPG, as well as a new playable character.
The turn-based tactical RPG is rumored to be releasing in October and has apparently seen a revamp following its last gameplay reveal.
Insider Tom Henderson previously reported that a reveal was coming in June and that the RPG had undergone a "revamp" since last year.
New leak seems to confirm that Spider-Man will be in the tactics RPG, while it also seems like the Nintendo Switch version of the game has been cancelled.
Sources speaking to insider Tom Henderson say the tactical RPG has undergone a "huge revamp" after its initial gameplay reveal.
Firaxis' turn-based tactical RPG could be receiving a new release date soon after previously being delayed to the second half of 2022.
Originally slated for March before being delayed to the second half of 2022, Firaxis' RPG could receive a proper release date soon.
The card based game that plays into Marvel's more supernatural side will come later than originally intended.
Get more looks at how the card-based combat works featuring two iconic rivals from the Marvel universe alongside the new Hunter character.
Firaxis Games clarifies that only character skins can be purchased. No loot boxes or "related microtransactions to get more cards" included.
First gameplay for Firaxis's upcoming tactical RPG showcases a mix of cinematics and combat along with card-based abilities.
Along with much faster combat than XCOM, there's also an upgradable base called The Abbey to interact and bone with other heroes.
The new turn-based tactics RPG title developed by Firaxis Game has been announced, and gameplay footage will debut in December.
According to Jeff Grubb, the title will take place in the "wider" Marvel universe and focus more on supernatural elements like vampires.
The game is currently on track to launch before April 2022. Previous rumours have suggested that Firaxis is working on an XCOM-style game with Marvel characters.
The developer of XCOM and Civilization is allegedly working on a turn-based strategy game starring Marvel superhero characters.
They will be revealed later this year.