The game is targeting this fiscal year, with the Switch, PS4, and Xbox One versions coming later.
With a second delay in effect, Marvel’s Midnight Suns It won’t appear in October 2022 as previously planned, and even then, it will have a reduced release when it arrives.
As it stands, 2K expects the superhero tactical game to arrive before the end of March 2023, but that only applies to the PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S versions. The other console versions, which are still on the way, don’t have a release window yet. So if you’ve been keeping track of the Nintendo Switch, PS4, or Xbox One editions of midnight sunsThey are even further away. I hope they don’t eventually get canceled as we get closer.
the development team talked about the game delay On twitter.
“After discussing it with the team, we made the decision to delay the timing of the release of Marvel’s Midnight Suns to make sure we deliver the best possible experience for our fans,” said Firaxis Games. “We will release later this fiscal year on Windows PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5, with Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch versions to follow at a later date.”
“We know that the fans are eager to play. Marvel’s Midnight Suns and we will use this extra time to make sure we offer the best possible experience for everyone. Marvel’s Midnight Suns it is easily the biggest game we’ve ever made and we are incredibly grateful for all the support players have shared with us over the years.”
If it’s been a minute, I’d suggest perusing the game’s YouTube channel – the hero-focused breakouts have piled up significantly. Here’s the latest, Captain Marvel.
October is shaping up to be a busy month for gaming after a relatively quiet summer. And with numerous games from 2022 moving (or coming) to 2023, next year looks pretty packed from where I’m sitting. I would not have expected Marvel’s Midnight Suns to step back so close to launch, but if a delay is necessary, that’s how it has to be.
As weary as I am with Marvel in general, and as much as cards can be a turnoff (well justified or not), Firaxis makes compelling games. And, come on, Blade is in!