Marvel’s Midnight Suns: Release date, platforms, everything we know

Titas Khan
Marvel Midnight Suns everything we know

After a huge period of anticipation and waiting, there is finally some new information regarding Marvel’s Midnight Suns, and here’s everything that you need to know about it.

Developed by Firaxis Games in collaboration with the comic book franchise, Marvel’s Midnight Suns presents a tactical RPG that is set in the darker side of the canonical universe. While the game was originally meant to launch in the second half of 2022, multiple delays have set it back.

With that being said, let’s dive in and check out everything that was recently revealed about the upcoming RPG, which includes some of our favorite superheroes from Marvel comics.


the wolverine in marvel's midnight suns
2K Games / Marvel Entertainment
Play as the Wolverine in Marvel’s Midnight Suns.

Does Marvel’s Midnight Suns have a release date?

For the time being, Marvel’s Midnight Suns is once again without a solid release date. At first, the game was revealed with a March 2022 release target, though that quickly fell through. Following much speculation, an October 7, 2022 release date was then locked in. However, that secondary date also missed the mark.

As devs revealed on August 9, Midnight Suns was delayed once more. Now, no specific date is in place, as the team instead focuses on a split release.

Up first, gamers on PC, Xbox Series X | S, and PlayStation 5 will be able to jump in “later this fiscal year,” while those on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch will join at “a later date.”

Marvel’s Midnight Suns games editions

Here are the four different editions of the game that you can pre-order, along with the in-game benefits they will grant you are:

Game edition Perks and benefits received
Standard Edition Base game
Enhanced Edition 5 premium cosmetic skins and a next-gen optimized version of the game for next-gen consoles
Digital+ Edition 11 premium cosmetic skins and a next-gen optimized version of the game for next-gen consoles
Legendary Edition 23 premium cosmetic skins, a next-gen optimized version of the game for next-gen consoles, and access to the post-launch Season Pass
doctor strange in marvel's midnight suns
2K Games / Marvel Entertainment
Doctor Strange is all set to reveal his darker side in Marvel’s Midnight Suns’ dark setting.


Here’s a list of all the platforms and consoles you can play Marvel’s Midnight Suns on:

  • PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5
  • Xbox Series X|S
  • Xbox One
  • PC (Steam and Epic Games Store)

Apart from these, the game will also be coming to the Nintendo Switch platform. However, there is no confirmed date or time period as to when that might happen. Having said that, if you’re using any of the aforementioned platforms and are waiting eagerly for Marvel’s Midnight Suns, you might want to consider pre-ordering the game.

An image of Captain American, Iron Man, Captain Marvel and Doctor Strange from Marvel's Midnight Suns
Team up with a multitude of heroes in Marvel’s Midnight Suns.


Marvel’s Midnight Suns is a tactical strategy RPG that features turn-based combat. At the beginning of every encounter, players will be issued with a deck of cards tailored to the team of heroes they’ve brought on each mission. They’ll need to creatively use these cards to deal damage, use skills, and unleash hero move ultimate attacks in order to win battles.

The game’s protagonist, known as The Hunter, is a fully customizable character who will be teaming up with an array of Superheroes from the Marvel universe during the course of the game.

The core gameplay loop will be split between taking on missions and spending time at the in-game hub, The Abbey, where players will be able to explore, upgrade gear and get to know their superhero partners.

So there you have it – that’s everything there is to know about the upcoming Marvel strategy title. For more on upcoming releases, be sure to check out our release pages for the following.

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