It has become golden. We are very close to hearing this famous phrase from one of the most anticipated games of this year, the game Spider-Man 2.
The game is supposed to be released this year, and Sony is still committed to this date, but it seems that we will soon get more details about the date of the game’s launch and others.
According to the media Rino who plays Peter Parker in Spider-Man 2 Yuri Lowenthal He confirmed that the motion capture sessions for the game were completely over. This means that work will now move to closed offices in order to put the final touches on integrating these scenes with the game content.
We may get an announcement about the completion of the game’s development anytime soon, but eyes are now turning to the upcoming PlayStation event, which is rumored to be being prepared within Sony and may be held in the next few months.
Or Sony may be satisfied with holding a State of Play event in order to fully review the game while revealing the expected launch date to be during this year’s holiday season. It is customary for Sony to hold this event, which seemed to be very popular, in order to showcase first-party titles and its third-party partners.
In a recent interview, Peter Parker’s character Lowenthal said that Spider-Man 2 is going to be a huge game, sure that he still has some work to do on the title. Luckily he reassured his followers about the state of the game that its development is nearing completion and we will get our hands on it in time. later this year.
This work appears to be motion capture which is now complete according to his new statements. And if Sony is still sticking to issuing the game this year, we should get new updates about the game as soon as possible.
Earlier, actor Tony Todd shared more details about his in-game Venom character. During a recent podcast, the actor said that everything we’ve seen from the prequel and sub-sequel, and epic battles are nothing compared to what we’ll see in the sequel this year.
Spider-Man 2 is being developed by Sony’s Insomniac Games studio, exclusively for the PlayStation 5.