Deadpool was just announced as a DLC character in Marvel's Midnight Suns, and in a new gameplay demo, players learn more about him and his overall playstyle.
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Deadpool's kit consists primarily of a resource called "En Fuego." Here's a sneak peek at the whole project:
En Fuego is a meter-based resource that you can build by K.O.'ing an enemy with his abilities. Once the meter fills, you get a stack of En Fuego, which resets the meter. Deadpool's abilities are increased as long as you have enough En Fuego stacks.
If you want to maximize Deadpool's damage potential, you'll want to build a team that supports him while Deadpool manages his damage.
Deadpool has a passive called "Staying Alive," which is unlockable when you join Deadpool's friendship, and which allows Deadpool to heal 15% of his max health every turn. The second level of this passive increases the heal by 5% per En Fuego stack, so you'll want to increase those stacks as much as possible for damage.
Deadpool will be released on January 25 in Marvel's Midnight Suns.