Firaxis Games have delayed Marvel's Midnight Suns to second half of 2022 since they require more time for development.
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Revealed back in August during Gamescom 2021 Opening Night Live showcase, upcoming turn-based role-playing game Marvel's Midnight Suns by developer Firaxis Games and publisher 2K Games was originally scheduled for March 2022.
In a latest statement on social media, Firaxis Games announces to postponing Midnight Suns to second half of 2022, stating that they need more development time to improve overall quality, during Take-Two Interactive Q2 earnings report.
Midnight Suns previously had plans for an early 2022 release and may have been pushed to July of next year. Firaxis Games hinted that they had to delay it partly due to increasing difficulty in making bigger and technically interesting games.
Take-Two clarifies that postponement was almost inevitable because of "player-first" approach. In order to drive success from a new IP and allowing it to reach its full potential, a decision was made by Firaxis, keeping creative vision in mind.
Midnight Suns creative director Jake Solomon took Twitter to announce delay for their newest RPG project.
We have an important development update to share with our fans pic.twitter.com/ycNDCVtbwD— Marvel's Midnight Suns (@midnightsuns) November 3, 2021
Firaxis Games is known as creator of strategy game franchises like Civilization and XCOM for 2K Games. Other than a turn-based combat system, Midnight Suns will have a relationship building system, which is inspired by Fire Emblem series.
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