Marvel’s Midnight Suns: Adding Characters And Missions After Launch [VIDEO]

Firaxis (which is why we can call it Marvel’s XCOM, since they were behind XCOM 2, for example…) and 2K (= Take-Two) have revealed how the game, which has been one of many titles suffering from a delay, will be expanded after its release.


Marvel’s Midnight Suns will also have a season pass, which you can either buy separately or get with the more expensive Legendary Edition version of the game. Here’s the DLC overview: “Downloadable Content Pack #1: Deadpool – A foulmouthed mercenary with a heart of gold, Deadpool has a penchant for grisly violence and lighthearted, fourth-wall breaking wisecracks [voiced by Nolan North]; Downloadable Content Pack #2: Venom – Spider-Man’s nemesis and one of the main game’s bosses, Venom turns playable hero in DLC #2, armed with all of the same symbiote attacks that once threatened the lives of the Midnight Suns;

Downloadable Content Pack #3: Morbius – One of the original comic book Midnight Sons, Morbius is an accomplished biochemist who, in an attempt to cure his rare blood disease, turned himself into a living vampire; Downloadable Content Pack #4: Storm – An influential member of the X-Men, Storm can generate and manipulate wind, lightning, rain, and other types of weather to her will. In addition to these heroes and their respective new abilities, each of the four post-launch downloadable content packs included in the Season Pass will introduce new story missions, a new upgrade for the Abbey, and a selection of new skins and outfits. The Season Pass also includes the Legendary Premium Pack featuring the following 23 premium skins: Blade’s Blade 1602 skin, Captain America’s Future Soldier skin, Iron Man’s Iron Knight skin, and Spider-Man’s Demon Spider skin. These skins are available right at launch.” These skins can be seen in the image below.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns will be released for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC (Steam, Epic Games Store) on December 2nd, while PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch triple will receive the game at a later, undisclosed date. Presumably, on these platforms, we can expect the Marvel (or Disney… they own Marvel, too) XCOM in early 2023. It’s not out of the question that the PS4/X1 port will be cancelled…

Source: Gematsu

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