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Marvel’s Midnight Suns Video Features Customizable Hero and Their Hellhound (that You Can Pet)

Marvel's Midnight Suns

Marvel’s Midnight Suns Video Features Customizable Hero and Their Hellhound (that You Can Pet)

Learn about the Hunter in Marvel’s Midnight Suns, and whether you can pet their doggo.

2K Games and Firaxis Games released another trailer for the upcoming turn-based tactical game Marvel’s Midnight Suns, dedicated to its playable protagonist.

This video provides more details about the Hunter, which is the customizable hero that serves as the main character of the game. Unlike the previous introduction trailer, this goes a bit more in-depth about who the hunter is and what you can do with them.

This includes visual and power customization, which is very relevant because the Hunter is the very first customizable hero in the Marvel universe.

On top of this, we also hear about their history and the fact that they’re the offspring of Lilith, the mother of demons.

They even have a dog… ahem, a Hellhound, named Charlie, which you can bet. Because of course, you can. You can check the trailer out below.

This follows the trailer that showcased the gameplay of Steve Rogers A.K.A. Captain America, and another that delved into his history.

We also got a trailer introducing Iron-Man, one featuring his gameplay, and one about his history. Next was a video introducing Spider-Man, one showcasing his gameplay, and one focusing on his story.

Inevitably, we then got to see a trailer introducing Doctor Strange, one about his history, and one deep-diving into his gameplay.

That was followed by a trailer introducing Captain Marvel, one about her history, and one showcasing her gameplay in-depth.

We also saw one introducing Wolverine, another video about his history, and one showcasing his gameplay and cards.

Last, but not least, more trailers introduced Scarlet Witchher history, and her gameplay in-depth.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns is coming for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. it has recently been delayed to sometime before the end of March 2023 for PC and new-gen consoles, and it currently has no release window at all for PS4, Xbox One, and Switch.

If you’d like to see more about the game, you can check out another trailer, a deep dive gameplay video, and the original reveal.

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