Midnight Suns: PS4 And Xbox One Ports Incoming, But There’s Bad News…

Firaxis and 2K Games have cancelled the planned port of Marvel’s Midnight Suns for Nintendo Switch, but the PS4 and Xbox One versions are being released quickly.



Firaxis Games was set to release Marvel’s Midnight Suns for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S in December 2022. However, although a Nintendo Switch version was planned, the port was cancelled.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns joined other popular games, such as Hogwarts Legacy, where the release date for previous generation hardware was delayed to allow it to be released on current consoles.

With a Switch version planned alongside the PS4 and Xbox One ports, many Nintendo fans looked forward to Marvel’s Midnight Suns taking advantage of the hybrid technology. Now announced, the PS4 and Xbox One versions will be released alongside the Blood Storm DLC for Marvel’s Midnight Suns, which introduces Storm from X-Men. However, the Nintendo Switch will no longer get the base version.

2K Games and Firaxis have confirmed that the Nintendo Switch version of Marvel’s Midnight Suns will be cancelled. A release date of May 11 has been set for the other platforms. Like the PS4 and Xbox One ports, the Nintendo Switch version has been delayed before. But the former has been cancelled entirely, leaving Nintendo fans with one less Marvel title to look forward to. Perhaps the shift of the development focus entirely to the two remaining ports may have been a factor in the cancellation of the Nintendo Switch version, which is why the PS4 and Xbox One are getting the tactical RPG so soon.

All four of Marvel’s Midnight Suns’ existing DLC packs will arrive on PS4 and Xbox One when the game launches on the platforms, potentially making the Legendary Edition of the game more enticing for players.

These DLCs introduce new Marvel heroes and strong story threads that expand on those already introduced in the base game. Deadpool will be spotlighted in The Good, The Bad, and the Undead, Venom in Redemption, and Morbius in The Hunger DLC. Fans who have planned to play the game on the go with the Nintendo Switch can still play it on Steam Ceiling. There, it seems to be performing exceptionally well.

There have been rumours of a sequel or next-gen update for the Nintendo Switch for years. Marvel’s Midnight Suns would have benefited from more robust hardware. Considering the Switch runs on outdated technology. Firaxis and 2K Games have been tight-lipped about the Nintendo Switch version of Marvel’s Midnight Suns being cut. It is not yet known precisely what the reasons for the game’s omission are.

Source: ComicBook

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