Sony has announced that Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will be released by the end of next year.
in a blog post (opens in a new tab) Highlighting some of the biggest games coming to PlayStation next year, Sony confirms Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 The PS5 will be released in “Fall 2023” (likely between September and November).
“After the events of Marvel’s Spider-Man and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, the Spider-Man duo of Peter Parker and Miles Morales is back in the Marvel Spider-Man series ’s next blockbuster action chapter,” reads the post. “There’s still a lot to reveal about this game, and beyond the quality of the past two games, we’re sure to have a fantastic new and original Spider-Man adventure.”
It’s been four years since Insomniac Games released the critically acclaimed game Marvel’s Spider-Manand fans have been waiting on tenterhooks for a sequel ever since — though the 2020 release of spin-off Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales certainly helped us with our web-slinging issues.
While no specific release date has been set for the highly anticipated sequel, we now know when we’ll be rocking the streets of New York again
what to expect
There’s a lot to be excited about when it comes to this highly anticipated Spider-Man sequel.This unveil trailer (opens in a new tab) show on PlayStation Showcase Back in September 2021, it revealed some interesting details.
Arguably the most exciting part of the trailer is the surprise at the end. That’s when we saw the infamous Spider-Man villain Venom. It looks like this space-invading symbiote will be one of the main villains we’ll see Peter and Miles play in the sequel.
At the end of the trailer, we can also hear another ominous sound. Hopefully this means we’ll get a one-for-two villain deal. While it’s unclear who it is, our bet is Kraven the Hunter.
Aside from a few villain details, not much else is known about Spider-Man 2, other than that it will be a PS5 exclusive, skip ps4 and PS4 Pro completely.
It seems like 2023 could finally be the year PlayStation fans will have to bite the bullet and upgrade their console if they want to keep up with all the latest games. I know it’s going to happen soon; I can only hold on to my aging PS4 Pro for so long.