Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is an open world action-adventure game developed by Insomniac Games and published by Sony.
It serves as a direct sequel to Marvel’s Spider-Man and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and features both protagonists, as well as new introductions such as Venom, Kraven the Hunter, and more.
The bundle retails for $599.99/£569.99, the custom DualSense costs $79.99/£69.99 and faceplates retail for $64.99/£69.99.
Narrative director Jon Paquette talks about the role of antagonist Kraven the Hunter in the upcoming sequel's story, and how he sets off its whole chain of events.
Insomniac confirmed at the game's recent Comic-Con panel that players will be able to visit Peter's childhood home in Queens.
After the new story trailer, some believed that Mary Jane Watson's face had changed. Insomniac's James Stevenson sets the record straight.
Following its recent story trailer, new screenshots have also been released for the highly anticipated superhero sequel.
New details have been revealed on where chaarcters like Peter, Miles, MJ, Harry, and others will find themselves at the outset of the sequel's story.
Spider-Man 2's Web Wings will "add another layer to our traversal system and change up how you look at getting around the different parts of the city," says senior game director Ryan Smith.
The limited edition PS5 console, DualSense, and console covers will be available for purchase starting September 1.
Venom unveils his destructive potential for the first time, while Peter's Symbiote suit briefly showcases a powerful new ability.
"For us, Venom is the host plus the symbiote. You don't get Venom without both of them being bonded together. What Tony represents is that bond," says creative director Bryan Intihar.
An update to the PlayStation Store has revealed when pre-loading will become available for Insomniac's highly anticipated superhero sequel.
Developer Insomniac has revealed that it will be present at the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con to present more details about Marvel's Spider-Man 2.
The superhero sequel's main theme – titled "Greater Together" and composed by John Paesano – combines Peter and Miles' motifs with a few darker undertones.
Insomniac Games will unveil the superhero sequel's main theme at The Game Awards 10-Year Concert on June 25.
Creative director Bryan Intihar reveals that the "majority" of suits in the game will come with multiple colour variants for players to choose between.
The ten unique Suits, five each for Peter Parker and Miles Morales, are only unlocked by purchasing the Digital Deluxe Edition.
Insomniac Games has previously said that the sequel's map will be roughly twice as large as that of its predecessors.
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 launches on October 20, and pre-orders for the PS5 exclusive will go live on July 16.
New artwork has also been released for two of the game's primary villains, Kraven the Hunter and Venom.
"It's really finding that balance between those darker themes and characters, but also delivering that very human story where there's a lot of heart and humour... I think that's what was tricky," says...
“There’s more to that suit than we’ve shown in terms of visuals and the gameplay reveal," says creative director Bryan Intihar.
Though the open world title will feature two playable characters, developer Insomniac never intended to make a co-op experience.
“We’ve added Queens and Brooklyn this time," says creative director Bryan Intihar, which leads to some "unexpected situations."
During the main story, Insomniac controls when you "switch between Pete and Miles," but there's content for both in the open world.
"We've just scratched the surface - it is just the 'Thwip! of the Spider-Berg,' if I may coin that," said Yuri Lowenthal, who voices Peter Parker.
Community director James Stevenson simply replies, "No," when asked if the recent footage of the superhero title was from the final build.
Here's everything we've learned about the superhero sequel courtesy of its recent gameplay reveal.
New gadgets and abilities, individual and shared skill trees, spatial 3D audio and DualSense support are also confirmed.
Miles Morales and Peter Parker track the Lizard across Queens, and we get a peek at their new abilities and some stunning set pieces.
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 will not feature co-op, and will instead focus on being an epic single-player adventure, according to the studio.
Sony Interactive Entertainment's president says fans will "be able to enjoy really beautiful visuals and a wonderful experience."
Insomniac's superhero sequel could spearhead the PS5's next phase, even without extensive gameplay or details since its announcement.
Narrative director Jon Paquette couldn't say much about the sequel but is excited and "can't wait to share it with ya'll."
Available on May 6th for Free Comic Book Day, the comic will see Miles Morales, Peter Parker and Mary Jane battling The Hood.
Insomniac previously confirmed a Fall launch window, while recent reports have suggested a September release.
Insomniac Games has two officially announced titles in the works right now, while job listings have also pointed to a third.
The developer says it's "in the kitchen" and "It smells good in there," which likely means development on the PS5 title is going well.
Yuri Lowenthal – who players Peter Parker/Spider-Man – says he has wrapped up his motion capture work on the game.
Tony Todd reveals there will be "massive publicity" in August, with commercials dropping in the same month "so I'm told."
Lead engine programmer Elan Ruskin revealed this in a recent livestream, but the tech could also appear in Marvel's Wolverine.
Insomniac and Sony confirmed in December that the highly anticipated superhero sequel will release for PS5 later this year.
Actor Yuri Lowenthal, who plays Spider-Man in the games, says he's "still got a little bit" of work to do on the game.
Following the recent announcement that Marvel's Spider-Man 2 will launch in Fall 2023, the game can now be wishlisted on the PlayStation Store.
Insomniac and Sony have confirmed that the highly-anticipated superhero title will launch for PS5 between September and November.
Writer Jamie Mayer's now-edited personal website mentioned a Fall 2023 release for Insomniac's superhero sequel.
Amidst reports that the superhero sequel might be getting a new update soon, it recently became available to wishlist on the PS Store, before its page was promptly taken down.
Members of Insomniac's community management team seem to be hinting at an upcoming reveal for the highly-anticipated sequel.
Actor Tony Todd, who will play Venom in the superhero title, seems to be hinting at new news dropping for the game very soon.
Actor Scott Porter, who played voiced Harry Osborne in Marvel's Spider-Man, recently said in a now-deleted tweet that he won't be coming back for the sequel.
Insomniac Games assures fans that the sequel is still coming next year. "Showing games takes time, effort, resources, and coordination."
Marvel is continuing to make big moves in gaming.
The larger, connected universe format has done wonders for Marvel where films and TV are concerned, but they're approaching games in a different manner.
We gush about our theories on how the new Venom storyline would play out, and how Miles fits into this emergent picture.
While Sony hasn't really provided many details on what we can expect to see during its State of Play presentation, reports indicate that it will focus on Japanese developers.
A known insider has claimed that development of the superhero sequel is progressing well, with gameplay footage to be debuted soon.
Davison Carvalho, who has worked on MCU films such as Avengers: Endgame, Thor: Ragnarok, Doctor Strange, and more, has joined Insomniac.
Marvel's Spider-Man and Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales have sold over 33 million units worldwide as of May 15, 2022.
According to a recently-released book, Marvel had approached both Sony as well as Microsoft for creating games based on its comic and movie IPs.
Motion capture has seemingly begun on Insomniac's highly anticipated sequel, which is currently set to release in 2023 for PS5.
Not that there was ever any doubt about the anticipation surrounding the sequel, but these figures should further cement that.
Brittney M. Morris has also authored the comic book prequel to Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, "Wings of Fury", along with several novels.
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Bill Rosemann, vice president and head of creative at Marvel Games, talks about Insomniac's upcoming superhero sequel.
Marvel's Spider-Man 2's lead VFX artist Bryanna Lindsey confirms that the game's recent reveal trailer was in-engine.
Tony Todd, who is playing Venom in the upcoming Marvel's Spider-Man 2, says Insomniac's superhero sequel is going to be "massive."
The journey of both Peter and Miles will continue. Bryan Intihar and Ryan Smith also return as creative director and game director respectively.
Miles Morales and Peter Parker team up to battle a mysterious new foe. Meanwhile, somewhere in the darkness, Venom also awaits.
Nadji Jeter, who portrays Miles Morales, recently uploaded (and deleted) a photo of himself in motion capture gear, fueling speculation that Marvel's Spider-Man 2 is in the works.
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A new Ratchet and Clank, or even Sunset Overdrive 2, could be announced today.
Cutscenes, gameplay, story, and more are detailed in this alleged leak.
The highly popular superhero game could be getting a sequel sooner rather than later.
Insomniac's Bryan Intihar might be working on the story draft for the sequel.
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