Marvel’s Midnight Suns is an upcoming real-time strategy (RTS) game set in the Marvel Universe and was presented at Gamescom 2021. Now, Marvel Entertainment has shared its first game sequel that showcases the characters and some of their abilities, along with the game mechanics. Marvel’s Midnight Suns will be released in March next year for consoles and PC. It will combine turn-based combat with RPG (RPG) elements. Marvel will reveal more about the game on September 7th.
According to the official website, Marvel’s Midnight Suns is described as “a new tactical RPG set in the darker side of the Marvel Universe, putting you face to face against the demonic forces of the underworld as you band together and live through midnight Suns, Earth’s last line of defense”. The game is based on characters from the Midnight Sons comics.
The gameplay trailer begins with Marvel’s Midnight Suns stall when a new hero named Hunter is awakened “a few centuries” after defeating Lilith, the Mother of All Demons. However, Lilith has been brought back and the reformed children of midnight are now tasked with defeating her. Show off some XCOM-style turn-based action with Wolverine, Doctor Strange, Magik and others. There is a card system where players can select a skill set for their characters. There are also dialog options and?
Marvel’s Midnight Suns features characters like Blade and Ghost Rider, and those who sign up for the newsletter will receive an exclusive Blade Nightstalker skin when the game launches in March 2022. Marvel will likely show more footage on September 7th at 11am :30 PT (12h IST) where Hunter and Wolverine will face Sabretooth.
The game will be released on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X / Series S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, as well as Steam and Epic for PC. It was developed by Firaxis games and published by 2K.
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