According to Kinda Funny Games' Imran Kahn, Insomniac Games will release Spider-Man 2 on PS5 during Christmas 2021, a bit longer than 3 years after the release of the first game. Sony also now not too long ago got Insomniac as a vital-birthday party studio, that can maybe maybe enable the developer to focus efforts on this game and beget the numerous pudgy could maybe maybe of Sony to be obvious it will get completed up mercurial.
Marvel's Spider-Man proved to be one of the best PlayStation 4 exclusives, with fantastic gameplay and a story that wouldn't have felt out of place in the MCU or a comic book.More news: Iran Still Ready For Talks If US Lifts Sanctions: Hassan Rouhani
Although a lot of that depends on whether the new game is also set in NY, which would save time for the developer but might get a little repetitive as that's where most Spidey games are usually set.
Marvel's Spider-Man is now available on PS4.More news: Justin Hartley's Ex Cites Different Separation Date Amid Divorce
"I know too much about Spider-Man 2, so I can't speculate too much".
Games journalist Imran Kahn revealed through an appearance on the latest episode of the Kinda Funny Gamescast that the next Spidey adventure isn't too far away. "I think a Spider-Man 2 will come sooner than we think" on a podcast.More news: Alleged Kendall Jenner homemade intruder arrested for raid
Many would say that holiday 2021 isn't really sooner than expected since it would be roughly three years after the release of the original title. Do you think there's a more likely release window? If we assume that the studio is porting its engine over to the next-gen console rather than starting from the ground up, then the end of 2021 doesn't seem too impossible. As always, we'll have to wait for official word, but it's exciting to think that Marvel's Spider-Man 2 is in development as we speak.
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