Wednesday, June 14, 2017
In a behind-closed-doors hands-off preview of PS4's Spiderman, Insomniac community director James Stevenson confirmed to PlayStation Trophies that the game will be 'four to six times bigger' than Sunset Overdrive (Insomniac's last open world game) and will be the biggest game Insomniac has ever created.
Stevenson also confirmed that you'll be able to free roam around 'the whole of Manhattan' with a web-slinging mechanic that's based on momentum and physics - that trailer in the Sony presser is pretty indicative of how the game will handle: we saw the same section played through again, but this time the player wasn't as fluid in navigating the various obstacles, so it showed that you do have a good level of control over Spider-Man and the game isn't just an on-rails experience.
We also revealed yesterday that the game will be set in an entirely new Spider-Man universe (read: not connected to the Marvel Cinematic Universe) and will focus on Peter Parker as much as it will on Spider-Man.
Spider-Man will be thwipping onto PlayStation 4 in 2018, and you can watch the web-spinning gameplay trailer below:
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