Players may not feel the need to catch everyone alive in Marvel’s Midnight Suns, but there is incentive to interrogate survivors.
At the beginning, there is no choice but to knock out all the enemies you face in Marvel’s Midnight Suns. They joked about that before, about how enemies aren’t really “killed” but incapacitated. This unconsciousness lasts for the rest of the fight most of the time, but eventually there is a way to take prisoners.
As expected, it’s not easy to just question everyone in Marvel’s Midnight Suns for additional rewards. There is a process, and on harder difficulties, that process can lead to mission-threatening decisions. But those who interrogate their prisoners can occasionally double their rewards for the entire event.
Complete the truth serum project
- Research the truth serum in the forge.
- Build the attack terminal in the war room.
As stated above, enemies will be automatically killed when their health bars run out with no chance to revive. But this changes later. Raise the research level to at least top four. Then in the forge, complete the Truth Serum project to get started.
After that, head to the war room with 100 credits to build Strike Terminal. This update will finally allow the possibility of interrogation in combat to occur.
Edit hero decks for efficiency, then select a mission and start knocking out Hydra soldiers until the opportunity arises.
How to interrogate
When a Hydra Agent is knocked unconscious, they will sometimes have a special animation where they will kneel. This will cause a card to drop into the player’s hand called “Interrogate”. There will be a round limit represented on the card. While the action does not cost heroism, this action counts toward the maximum card usage limit per round.
The possibility of interrogation is hardly guaranteed and can be estimated to occur roughly once per mission. Sometimes it doesn’t happen at all and sometimes it can happen more than once. Often the rewards are small, like a few credits or intelligence points, but sometimes it’s also a full gamma coil, good for getting extra cards.
Marvel’s Midnight Suns is now available for Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.