Marvel's Midnight Suns is the latest game to be hit with a delay, but said delay may not be quite as long as you think. Take-Two's latest earnings report reveals that the upcoming RPG has been moved out of its previous 7th October release slot, and no new date has been given. However, the publisher says that it's still targeting a launch this fiscal year — which would mean that the game should release before the end of March 2023.
So we're not looking at a huge delay. At most, it'll be pushed back five months or so, and the extra development time will apparently allow Firaxis Games to "deliver the best possible experience".
It's also worth noting that all of this only applies to the PS5 version of Midnight Suns — not the PS4 version. The last-gen edition is marked down as "TBA" on Take-Two's official schedule, meaning that it might be arriving even later than its current-gen counterpart. We're sure that a full announcement will be made in the near future.
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