With Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, the Sony and Insomniac blockbuster gets a real successor after the spinoff with Miles Morales. It’s supposed to be officially released sometime in 2023. But the release period may have been accidentally narrowed down a lot. An author from the developer studio has apparently revealed more on her website.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 could be out in Fall 2023 if the leak is true
On your personal website Insomniac Games author Jamie Mayer wrote about the fact that Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 in the Fall 2023 should appear. In the meantime, the faux pas has apparently been corrected and now only a “2023” is emblazoned on the spot. This coincides with the official announcement of the launch period.
But if the following screenshot was not subsequently edited here on Twitter, the author’s page had a much more precise date, at least for a short time. Or at least the development studio seems to have targeted this period. Of course, it can also be a placeholder or always change something in the internal plans.
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How serious is that? Quite. The period matches the official announcement and traditionally, big blockbusters are often released during the season. The subsequent change on the page could confirm the period. If Spider-Man 2 doesn’t need to be postponed, there’s a good chance it’ll be released in fall 2023.
Alongside Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Jamie Mayer and Insomniac Games are also working on a Wolverine game. Apart from a small teaser, there is not much information about this and no indication of a possible time period for the publication.
For Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, however, there is already a real trailer:
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 PS5 First Trailer Reveals Superhero Sequel And Venom
You can read more about the upcoming Insomniac games here:
Marvel’s Spider-Man has been the most successful Sony exclusive ever for quite a while. At least an enormous number of copies were sold within a short time. Only The Last of Us Part 2 and then God of War Ragnarök broke the record and surpassed the numbers.
How would the rough release timeline fit you?