Midnight Suns

Firaxis Live Streams: Rise Up with the Midnight Suns!

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Catch up on any developer live streams you missed, including the recent first look at Hulk as a playable hero.

With the December 2 release of Marvel's Midnight Suns fast approaching, members of the Firaxis development team recently took time out of their busy schedules to appear on a series of live streams. The ensuing card-based combat during tactical missions afforded great opportunities to see heroes including Blade, Magik, Wolverine, and others show off their skills on the battlefield and learn more about the numerous activities that you can enjoy in and around the Abbey between battles. 

If you missed out on any of the action-packed gameplay and developer insights that were shared during these live streams, you can watch archives of all four below.

Live Stream #4

Hulk is shown for the first time after being revealed as the 13th (late-game unlockable) hero on the base game's Midnight Suns roster, and Creative Director Jake Solomon attempts to beat a tactical mission on the hardest of Marvel's Midnight Suns' eight difficulty settings. 

Live Stream #3

Members of the Firaxis development team share a first look at some of the activities you can enjoy when you're not battling Lilith's demonic forces. Also, Senior Franchise Producer Garth DeAngelis almost gets beaten at his own game while playing through one of three very different tactical missions.  

Live Stream #2

Join the Firaxis developers for a deep dive into strategic combat as they play through tactical missions and discuss how heroes and their respective ability cards can be upgraded as you progress through the game. Later, Deadpool, Venom, Morbius, and Storm are revealed as the four heroes joining the roster in the Season Pass DLC next year.

Live Stream #1

Creative Director Jake Solomon and Senior Franchise Producer Garth DeAngelis play through two tactical missions while discussing combat mechanics, how the Midnight Suns roster was chosen, why heroes' abilities are represented by cards, and more.