Marvel’s Midnight Suns cancels its Nintendo Switch release after announcing its arrival on PS4 and Xbox One
Marvel Tactical also introduces its fourth DLC, starring Storm.
The Nintendo Switch ports are a headache for more than one developer. While Hogwarts Legacy is taking longer than expected to adapt, there are plenty of titles announcing a later hybrid console release date or a cloud release that’s easier to get up and running. However, in case Midnight from Marvel2K chose to throw in the towel and Nintendo Switch version canceled.
in mail in which it was announced Marvel’s Midnight Suns will be released on May 11th on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.The company limited itself to mentioning “Remember, a Nintendo Switch release is not plannedSomething so hitherto unknown that Nintendo keeps a tab on the game web page At the time of writing this news.
The reasons that prompted publisher 2K and developer Firaxis Games to make the decision are unknown, which were revealed taking advantage of the arrival of last generation mods and Fourth DLC after launch of the titlewhich will include Storm As a playable hero and new missions through content that expand vampire history. In fact, beating the challenge and successfully completing all of the Deadpool, Venom, Morbius, and Storm DLC missions will unlock one final surprise against an ancient monster.
The dark side of Marvel
Marvel’s Midnight Suns was released in October 2022 with the goal of showing the darker, supernatural side of the Marvel Universe. From the hands of the creators of XCOM Through the hands of Hunter, a legendary demon hunter with a mysterious past who will lead a team of notorious heroes to stop the Mother of Demons from fulfilling an ancient prophecy and summoning her evil master Chthon. Among the playable characters are also Spider-Man, Captain America, Blade, Scarlet Witch or Wolverine.
Don’t forget to check out our Marvel’s Midnight Suns review to learn about the game.
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