Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will be a “massive” title, the actor has assured in the social network Twitter Tony Todd, protagonist of candy man, who will be in charge of lending his voice to Venom in this long-awaited sequel. After a debut trailer that accumulates millions of visits in a few days, everything indicates that this second episode will take advantage of the capabilities of PS5 to offer a new generation experience.
Although it does not specify what “massive” means, it does ensure that this is the reason why the game will be made to pray until the year 2023, five years after the first part.
Insomniac Games wants to “test the full potential of the console”, which features SSD memory to reduce load times and load larger environments, in more detail, without as much effort. “We not only want to tell a great superhero story, but also offer you an exciting human story, full of humor and emotion, that delves into the person behind the mask,” says Insomniac in the official announcement of the announcement.
What else do we know about Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
As confirmed by PlayStation in its communication to the media after the PlayStation Showcase, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will have a development team very similar to that of the first part; starting with the two main responsible parties. Bryan Intihar will be the creative director, while Ryan Smith will be the director of the game, as in Marvel’s Spider-Man (2018).
“The images in today’s trailer are a mere reflection of what lies ahead in terms of the new skills that our heroes will be able to acquire, the costumes they will wear (another day we will talk more about this) and the villains who will try to hunt them down,” they say. . Yuri Lowenthal and Find the Liver They will return to lend their voices to Peter and Miles, respectively. One of the great novelties will be the symbiote, Venom, which is presented as the main enemy of this second installment, played by Tony Todd, from candy man.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will arrive exclusively for PlayStation 5 next year 2023.
Referencias | Tony Todd (via GamingBolt); PlayStation Blog