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Humble Choice Bundle January 2024 Lineup Includes Marvel’s Midnight Suns

The lineup of games planned for Humble Choice Bundle for the month of January, 2024 has begun to be revealed, and one of the prominent games featured on the list is Marvel’s Midnight Suns.

While the full list of games that will be available as part of the Humble Choice Bundle in January, 2024 have not yet been revealed, it is now known that the offer includes Marvel’s Midnight Suns, Two Point Campus, and more. Humble Choice is a monthly subscription service that costs $12 per month. There are usually major blockbuster games offered in the bundle, and, occasionally, the service also offers recent releases.

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Humble Choice Bundle January 2024 Update

For the month of January, 2024, the following games are confirmed to be a part of the Humble Choice bundle:

  • Marvel’s Midnight Suns
  • Two Point Campus
  • Aragami 2
  • Hell Pie
  • OTXO
  • Roguebook
  • The Red Lantern
  • Twin Mirror

The aforementioned games will be available to subscribers throughout the month of January.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns is a tactical role-playing game developed by Firaxis Games and published by 2K in 2022. It includes characters from various Marvel Comics properties, such as Midnight Sons, Avengers, X-Men, and Runaways. Players can create their own superhero, “The Hunter,” with a choice of over 40 powers. The game was released on December 2, 2022, for PlayStation 5, Windows, and Xbox Series X/S. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions came out on May 11, 2023. Although initially planned, the Nintendo Switch version was later canceled.

Players assume the role of “The Hunter,” the offspring of Lilith, leading a team of heroes on missions to defeat her. “The Hunter” is a customizable superhero created for Midnight Suns by Firaxis Games in collaboration with Marvel, available in both male and female options. Players can choose from over 30 different superpowers. Combat is turn-based, akin to Firaxis Games’ XCOM series, with deck-building elements similar to Slay the Spire. Each hero, including “The Hunter,” has a customizable deck of eight cards. Players choose three heroes for each mission, and their decks are combined. Cards represent abilities affecting enemies or heroes, and heroes can move, interact, and make attacks.

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