The teasing around Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 begins. The actor who interprets Peter Parker comes to put the mouth water of the fans by promising a massive game.
It’s the most anticipated PS5 game of 2023. Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will be available later this year, at a date still to be determined. If gameplay and new information are sorely awaited, one of the main players in PlayStation exclusivity is teasing it. Expect an even more massive game.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will be ‘grand’
Fall 2023 is shaping up to be great for PS5 players. If the year already promises to be rich in releases with titles like Final Fantasy 16, Horizon Call Of The Mountain or Resident Evil 4, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is undoubtedly the most anticipated game by PlayStation 5 players. And for good reason, the exclusivity announced in 2021 has not yet revealed its gameplay, nor any information on its novelties and its scenario. Fans expect an even grander open world and according to Peter Parker’s interpreter, Insomniac Games sees things very big.
In an interview with Comic Book Movie, Yuri Lowenthal confided in the continuation of the adventures of Spider-Man. He explains that his work on the game is not yet finished and that he still has ” still a few things to do. According to him, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is simply ” a massive game hence the fact that it requires a bit more preparation time. The actor also wanted to reassure the most worried players.
I know they are confident about the announced release date and Insomniac has always been very good about it. Obviously, I can’t really speak about the game, but I can assure you that it’s awesome.
Yuri Lowenthal – Peter Parker in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
When is a first gameplay video?
Last year, fans voiced their fear. With no news of the game for over a year, they feared Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 would be pushed back and miss its 2023 release. would show up when she was ready. ” Showing a game requires time, effort, resources and coordination they then declared.
The continuation of the adventures of Peter and Miles should undoubtedly weave its web during a PlayStation Showcase or a State of Play. The next event, on the other hand, should focus on the productions of third-party developers. So be patient…