Marvel’s Midnight Suns Rated, Announcement Possibly Coming Soon


Marvel’s Midnight Suns has been rated in South Korea, suggesting that an announcement could be coming very soon for the game.

Rumors about an XCOM-styled game being in development by Firaxis have been afloat for a long time now, which was further fuelled by the statements given by Take-Two about the future of Firaxis. The developers had revealed that they had several exciting projects in development, and fans got a big surprise in the form of Marvel’s Midnight Suns.

  • MORE: Marvel’s Midnight Suns – All Confirmed Characters For The XCOM Styled Game

Marvel’s Midnight Suns were finally revealed at Gamescom 2021 and it instantly became a sensation in the community. As one can figure from the name of the game itself, it will be boasting a power-packed roster of characters, from the fan-favorite and popular Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Marvel Contest of Champions | Imperius Rex Motion Comic



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Marvel’s Midnight Suns Rated, Announcement Possibly Coming Soon

According to a post on the Leaks and Rumors subreddit, the game has been rated in South Korea. This is a standard procedure that all games follow, and the game has been rated in the second country after it was rated in Australia.

It should be noted that whenever a game is rated, it usually suggests that we could be getting a release date announcement coming very soon. This is what happened with the Gotham Knights game, and it will not be surprising to see this game following a similar process as well. There has been fear looming about a possible delay, but it seems like the game is all set for a 2022 release as the developers would not likely file a game for rating unless they are close to the release of the title.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns is quite a unique game because for the first time ever fans will be getting a chance to design their own character. Not to forget, there are several characters from the MCU available for players to choose as well.

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