The Nintendo Switch version of Marvel’s Midnight Suns has been canceled as announced by Tuki. The release date of the game has been announced for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
With the announcement of Toki Games, their plan to launch the Nintendo Switch version of Marvel’s Midnight Suns has been canceled. Also, this game developed by Firaxis Studio is going to be released digitally on the day May 21 (May 11) on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The 8th generation version of the game will be released only in digital form and there will be no news of a physical version.
“As part of the updated schedule, the Switch version of Marvel’s Midnight Suns will no longer be available,” Toki said in a statement. It should be noted that Blood Storm, the fourth and last expansion pack of the game will be released on May 21 (May 11). Each of the game’s DLC packs introduces a new recruitable superhero, including Deadpool, Venom, Morbius, and Storm, and three story stages that can be purchased both individually and as part of the Season Pass.
Midnight Suns was originally supposed to be released in October, and after a delay, in early December for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | The Xbox Series S and PCs were released. Despite critical acclaim, the video game was discounted after only a month of release, indicating the publisher’s disappointment with its commercial performance.
This rumor was confirmed in February and Jason Schreier Bloomberg reported that the game failed in terms of sales. Strauss ZelnikTic-Toe’s boss told the media that “the release date may not have been right,” but he believed Marvel’s Midnight Suns would do well in the long run, like Firaxis’ other titles.
It was announced in February Jake Solomon, the director of Midnight Suns and the XCOM series is leaving Firaxis after two decades. also Steve MartinHead of the studio too After 25 years, he separated from Firaxis and Heather HazenThe former CEO has replaced him. At the same time, the development of the next version of the Sid Meier’s Civilization series was confirmed.