Marvel's Midnight Suns - The Hunger

Morbius fights alongside the Midnight Suns to combat a vampyre threat sweeping across New York City. Add Morbius to your roster along with new story missions, an Abbey upgrade, and more.

Marvel's Midnight Suns - The Hunger

In an attempt to cure his rare disease, brilliant biochemist Dr. Michael Morbius inadvertently transformed himself into a bat-like being who unwillingly feeds on the blood of the living to survive. Now Morbius must join forces with the Midnight Suns to combat a vampyre threat sweeping across New York City in a series of new story missions. Completing these missions brings you one step closer to unlocking a bonus mission for those who own and complete all the DLC missions included in the Marvel's Midnight Suns Season Pass.
As if a vampyre outbreak wasn't enough, Hydra has started infusing undead DNA into its toughest troops to create a squadron of transformed Super-Soldiers. Morbius had hoped to reverse-engineer their traits to create a serum that would let him withstand sunlight—but in the wrong hands, his research could make all of vampyre-kind unstoppable.
Morbius is in good company with the Midnight Suns, having fought alongside Blade and Ghost Rider in the past. It's time for Morbius to slake his bloodlust once more and help eradicate this new evil in the process.
This content requires Marvel's Midnight Suns to play and is included in the Season Pass.

Marvel's Midnight Suns Ratings & Reviews

  • 90%
    Critics Recommend
  • 82
    Top Critic Average
  • Strong
    OpenCritic Rating
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PC Gamer
by Jeremy Peel
88 / 100
Who knew Sid Meier's protégés had a secret, and completely brilliant, Persona game in them?
Game Informer
by Matt Miller
8.5 / 10
For all its focus on supernatural magic and demonic threats, Midnight Suns is a fun-loving and thrilling ride. XCOM strategy fans won’t be disappointed; the format changes still result in a gratifying combat flow. But this is a more approachable and story-driven experience than Firaxis has previously attempted, filled with some of the most recognizable pop culture heroes of the moment. It’s big, boisterous, and a little bit silly at times, but just like the best of Marvel’s output in recent years, it’s also a rousing good time.
by Christian Donlan
Great tactical fun nestled in a sweet-natured superhero dollhouse
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Marvel's Midnight Suns - The Hunger System Requirements



OSWindows 10 64-bit
OSWindows 10 64-bit
ProcessorAMD Ryzen 3-2200G / Intel Core i5-4430
ProcessorAMD Ryzen 5-2600X / Intel Core i7-6700
Memory8 GB
Memory16 GB
Storage60 GB HDD
Storage60 GB SSD
DirectXDirectX 12
DirectXDirectX 12
GraphicsAMD RX 470 / GeForce GTX 960 - 4GB
GraphicsAMD RX 5700 / GeForce GTX 1070
Languages Supported
  • AUDIO : English, Chinese - Simplified, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Spanish - Spain
  • TEXT : English, Chinese - Simplified, Chinese - Traditional, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese - Brazil, Spanish - Spain, Italian
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