“Marvel’s Midnight Suns” Gets a New DLC – Check Out Gameplay Video for ‘Blood Storm’

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In “Marvel’s Midnight Suns,” a game that came out last year in December after it was developed by Firaxis and published by 2K Games, your job as a player is to make your way through the violent corners of the Marvel universe. Fighting and strategizing represent very important aspects of this game, as there are no other ways to succeed but to rely on them.

Just a few days from now, on May 11 to be more precise, a new DLC will become available, and it shall be called ‘Blood Storm’. The expansion is included in the Season Pass as well.

Feel free to watch the new gameplay trailer for the upcoming DLC:

Here’s what the game’s Steam page tells us:

Marvel’s Midnight Suns is the ultimate crossover event combining the rich story, character relationships, customization and progression of an RPG with the tactical strategy and combat mechanics of a revolutionary new card-based tactics game. Set in the darker side of the Marvel Universe, you will forge unbreakable bonds with legendary Marvel Super Heroes and dangerous supernatural warriors in the fight against the world’s greatest threat yet…the demonic forces of Lilith and the elder god Chthon.

If you want to enjoy the best of what “Marvel’s Midnight Suns” has to offer, your PC needs to meet the recommended system requirements. That means your PC needs to run on at least Windows 10, it needs a processor such as the AMD Ryzen 5-2600X or Intel Core i7-6700, 16GB of RAM represent a “must,” while you will also need a graphics card such as AMD RX 5700 or GeForce GTX 1070.

DirectX 12 for enhanced compatibility and at least 60 GB of available storage space are also needed. By meeting or exceeding these specifications, you can fully dive into the Marvel universe and embark on thrilling adventures with your favorite superheroes.

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