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Marvel’s Spider-Man 2: its trailer in real time, not CGI; confirms Insomniac

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 was one of the big surprises for PS5 of the PlayStation Showcase. Insomniac Games released a cinematic teaser for Marvel’s Wolverine, which looked like it was going to be their only announcement of the night, but no; They also showed an action-packed trailer for this sequel starring Peter Parker and Miles Morales. According Bryanna Lindsey, VFX manager at Insomniac Games, the trailer was in-engine, with the game’s own engine on PS5, and not CGI (computer generated images).

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 trailer was not CGI, but with the PS5 engine

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 It did not resort to three-dimensional computer-generated techniques, but instead used the same engine that we will see in the gameplay of the title next year 2023. Lindsey is very proud of the visual effects techniques achieved in the video of the event: “The team did excellent work. The Realtime VFX are difficult, but I am very proud of our entire team for having exceeded our quality bar“, Comments on the social network Twitter.

Something similar happened with Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, one of the best-rated video games of 2021, exclusive to PS5, which has a multitude of cinematic scenes made with the game’s own engine, even if they are not gameplay.

Insomniac has confirmed that the original game team holds its top managers: Bryan Intihar (creative director) and Ryan Smith (game director). “While testing the full potential of the console will be great fun, we are also looking forward to creating new stories for Peter and Miles in this sequel,” they comment on the occasion of the announcement. “The images in today’s trailer are a mere reflection of what is to come in terms of the new abilities that our heroes will be able to acquire” as well with the costumes and the villains, where Venom, the symbiote, played by Tony Todd, from candy man.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 It will go on sale exclusively for PS5 in 2023.

Sources | Bryanna Lindsey; PlayStation Blog

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