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Civilization VI: Leader Pass

2K announced today that the Civilization VI: Leader Pass has just come to Switch and other consoles as a surprise release.

The pass adds 18 new playable leader selections to the game. Although it was not originally planned for a console release, strong community interest and feedback resulted in 2K changing its mind.

The Switch version of Marvel’s Midnight Suns is no longer happening. In a blog post today, 2K and Firaxis shared the news.

It’s unclear what happened. The blog merely states: “Note that a Nintendo Switch version of Marvel’s Midnight Suns is no longer planned.”

Marvel's Midnight Suns Hulk

Marvel’s Midnight Suns has received its latest character trailer with a look at Hulk. Players can learn how to control his amazing power and rage with the in-depth look featuring Christopher Odd.

Here’s some information about the game:

Marvel's Midnight Suns combat

2K and Firaxis are back with another trailer for Marvel’s Midnight Suns, this time putting the spotlight on the game’s combat.

Firaxis is known for its turn-based tactics experience having made a couple of XCOM games, and brings that to the table here as well. Marvel’s Midnight Suns features a customizable card-based battle system. Once again, things play out in tactical turn-based fashion.

Marvel's Midnight Suns Abbey

Marvel’s Midnight Suns received its latest trailer today titled “Welcome to the Abbey”. This is a hub where you can hang out with heroes, have conversations, and more.

Here’s a quick refresher on Marvel’s Midnight Suns:

Marvel's Midnight Suns DLC

Marvel’s Midnight Suns will have a good amount of characters in the base game, but even more are planned via the game’s DLC season pass. It was revealed today that Deadpool, Venom, Morbius, and Storm will all be added to the title.

These four characters will be offered in DLC packs. Each pack also contains new story missions, a new upgrade for the Abbey, and a selection of new skins and outfits.

Here’s a rundown of the different DLC characters:

Marvel's Midnight Suns Live Among Legends

2K and Firaxis have readied a new “Live Among Legends” gameplay trailer for Marvel’s Midnight Suns. The video just debuted at the D23 Disney & Marvel Games Showcase.

We have more information about the game in the following overview:

Marvel’s Midnight Suns had originally been revealed back in August of last year with a March 2022 release window, but ended up getting delayed to the second half of 2022. It seems that the developers still need a bit more time, as they’ve announced that the game will receive an additional delay.

The game is now set to release sometime this fiscal year on next-gen platforms (meaning it should release before March 2023 for those), while the Switch and accompanying older-gen versions will release sometime afterwards. The delay is owed to the team wanting to deliver the “best possible experience for everyone” and the title being “easily the biggest game [they]’ve ever made”, likely causing a few complications in its development.

Here is the full statement below:

Marvel's Midnight Suns - The Art of the Game

Those that want to take a deeper dive into the design of Marvel’s Midnight Suns might be interested to hear that The Art of the Game is planned. It’s coming from Titan Books and will be available on October 18, 2022.

A couple of images from the book have already been posted online. In the first one above, we’re able to see the area known as “The Abbey”. Below, we have art and concepts for Lilith, the game’s original antagonist.

marvels midnight suns wolverine hunter sabretooth

2K and Firaxis are giving fans a closer look at the Hunter, Wolverine, and Sabretooth in Marvel’s Midnight Suns today.

The three characters were highlighted in a lengthy gameplay showcase. In it, the Hunter and Wolverine team up against Sabretooth. Aside from showing how gameplay works, it also shows off some of the cinematics.

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