Marvel’s Midnight Suns Canceled For Nintendo Switch, Still Coming To Xbox One and PS4

Marvel's Midnight Suns Canceled Nintendo Switch

If you’ve been waiting to enjoy Marvel’s Midnight Suns on the go, you’re going to want to sit down. 2K has canceled Marvel’s Midnight Suns on the Nintendo Switch.

The announcement came on Tuesday as part of a larger announcement that the game is launching on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on May 11.

“Marvel’s Midnight Suns is scheduled to launch next week on May 11, 2023 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in digital format only, with all four post-launch DLC available to purchase and play on that date,” the company said in a press release. “The Nintendo Switch version of Marvel’s Midnight Suns will no longer be offered as part of updated plans.”

In addition to the announcement of a last-gen release, 2K revealed that the fourth and final DLC pack called Blood Storm is set to launch the same day.

“[Storm] went on to lead the X-Men, using her mutant abilities to help people all over the world. While searching for an endangered mutant child in New York with Wolverine, Storm meets up with Magik, who encourages her to join the Midnight Suns in Blood Storm,” the DLC’s description reads.

The introduction of Storm to the game sees three new missions for players. The prior DLC packs featured Deadpool, Venom, and Morbius added to the tactical RPG.

If you are still looking to play the game on the go, it is Steam Deck Verified for those with the portable PC.

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