Captain Marvel made her debut in the thirteenth issue of Marvel Super-Heroes in 1968. Thanks to her extraordinary strength, she can fly and travel quickly over the distances that divide Earth from distant star systems. \n \nThe video game's visuals of Captain Marvel battling the interstellar foes of the Midnight Suns suggest that the alliance between her and the Avengers will be successful. \n \nChristopher Odd of 2K NextMaker provides the gameplay demonstration, which focuses on one of the game's strongest-looking heroes. Unlike the other heroes in Marvel's Midnight Suns, Captain Marvel has a unique mechanism called the Binary Meter that was created especially for her and her playstyle. \n \nThe more you use Captain Marvel's cards, the more this meter can be built up. When it is full, Carol Danvers can enter the "Binary State," which increases her power and doubles her attack power, making her a formidable opponent. \n \nPlayers will want to maintain a close eye on that and make sure her block stays high when Captain Marvel interacts with foes since while in her Binary State, she will exit it if her block ever reaches zero. \n \nOther assaults seen in the gameplay demonstration include skills like Captain Marvel's damaging Cosmic Ray blast. \n \nThe card can be upgraded to provide counter abilities, which could be quite helpful if you find yourself surrounded by foes and deal damage to enemies who attack you for a full turn. \n \nDidn't Feel a Thing? The passive power of Captain Marvel raises your likelihood of gaining a counter ability with each defeated foe. \n \nIt's unknown who will be featured in the upcoming character showcase, but Midnight Suns have a history of introducing superheroes through teaser films before delving more into them. As a result, the upcoming character teaser should let us know which character we can expect to learn more about.