It’s learned plans for Marvel’s Midnight Suns have been canceled for Nintendo Switch, but the game is still headed to PS4 and XBox One.
In Marvel.com’s announcement about the game becoming available for PS4 and XBox One, it’s confirmed “A Nintendo Switch version of Marvel’s Midnight Suns is no longer planned.”
Details for the PS4 and XBox One release include that coinciding with the release of “Blood Storm,” the fourth and final post-launch DLC featuring Storm, the digital PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Marvel’s Midnight Suns are scheduled to launch on Thursday, May 11.
It’s also noted that at the time of release, all four DLC installments for Marvel’s Midnight Suns will be available to players who purchase the Legendary Edition of the game or the Marvel’s Midnight Season Pass on launch day.
Each Marvel’s Midnight Suns DLC adds a new hero that can be recruited to the Midnight Suns, as well as new story missions, a new upgrade for the Abbey, and new hero skins and outfits.
“If you rise to the challenge and successfully complete all DLC story missions for Deadpool, Venom, Morbius, and Storm, a final showdown against an age-old monster of myth awaits you!” states the announcement.
Watch the “Blood Storm” Storm DLC trailer:
Get ready to rain down pain when Storm arrives in Midnight Suns on May 11! Expand your adventure with Storm in Blood Storm, the fourth and final post-launch DLC for Marvel’s Midnight Suns. Storm can unleash powerful wind and lightning based attacks, bringing with her 10 unique Hero abilities. Plus, enjoy new story missions, a brand new Abbey Upgrade, and some fresh cosmetics for one of the most powerful mutants on the planet!
In The Good, the Bad, and the Undead, Hydra forces are closing in on an artifact brimming with ancient power, which just so happens to be on Deadpool’s shopping list for his mysterious benefactor. The Midnight Suns are forced to step in and put a stop to any supernatural shenanigans before things get out of hand—which is all but guaranteed whenever Wade Wilson’s involved.
In Redemption, Venom, the deadly amalgam of Eddie Brock and an alien symbiote, joins the Midnight Suns to right the wrongs he committed under Lilith’s demonic influence. Blood-sucking vampyres have infested the sewers beneath New York City, but even they quake in fear at the sight of Venom’s pitch-black claws and razor-sharp teeth. With help from the Midnight Suns, Venom is fighting to regain control of his actions and rid NYC of the undead scourge—but unshackling himself from one manipulative demon has attracted the attention of another.
In The Hunger, Morbius, who inadvertently transformed himself into a bat-like being in an attempt to cure his rare disease, must join forces with the Midnight Suns to combat a vampyre threat sweeping across New York City. As if a vampyre outbreak wasn’t enough, Hydra has started infusing undead DNA into its toughest troops to create a squadron of transformed supersoldiers. Morbius had hoped to reverse-engineer their traits to create a serum that would let him withstand sunlight—but in the wrong hands, his research could make all of vampyre-kind unstoppable