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Firaxis developed Marvel's Midnight Suns has been delayed again

2K has announced a second delay for developer Firaxis Marvel-themed tactical RPG Midnight Suns. The title will no longer launch this October as previously announced and will instead now arrive on Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, and PC at some point before the end of 2Ks current fiscal year. Other versions are now “TBA”.

Announced last August, Marvels Midnight Suns is superhero strategy game that – drawing inspiration from the Midnight Sons comic book run of the mid-90s – follows a roster of familiar faces, including the Avengers, on an adventure that blends card-battling turn-based combat and Fire-Emblem-style relationship building.

It was originally due to launch this March, but last November saw Firaxis and 2K make the decision to push its release back toward the end of 2022 in order to “add more story, cinematics and overall polish”. June then bought the news that the end was almost in sight, with the game receiving a launch date of 7th October.

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Thats now slipped again, however, with Firaxis saying its opted to delay the game a second time in order to “deliver the best possible experience for everyone.”

Theres no new release date in todays announcement, but 2K says Midnight Suns will now launch for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PC sometime before the end of its current fiscal year, which comes to a close in March 2023.

Unfortunately, anyone hoping to play on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or Switch will have an even longer wait, with those versions now delayed indefinitely to “a later date”.

“We know fans are looking forward to playing Marvels Midnight Suns and we will use this extra time to make sure we are delivering the best possible experience for everyone,” Firaxis said in its statement. “Marvels Midnight Suns is easily the biggest game weve ever made and were incredibly appreciative of all the support players have shared with us throughout the years.”

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