You can now officially wishlist and follow Marvel's Spider-Man 2 on the PlayStation Store.
Insomniac Games' highly-anticipated superhero action-adventure Marvel's Spider-Man 2 is now officially available to wishlist on the PlayStation 5 store. The listing has surfaced this morning on the PlayStation UK store. You can see the screengrab of the official page below.
If you're still sceptical that the listing may not be real given that these are easily faked, Insomniac Games' Community Director James Stevenson confirmed that the listing is indeed real, inviting players to follow and wishlist the game.
Whether this means a new trailer reveal is close or Sony have something else to show soon, it remains to be seen. A trailer for the new Spider-Man film is scheduled to go live tomorrow, December 13, so that may be one of the reasons for an early listing.
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 does not have an official release date given that Insomniac Games are still sticking to the 2023 release window. We're expected to hear more throughout the year as Spider-Man 2 is gearing towards the release.
If we had to guess, we would say the game is probably hitting the shelves sometime during the Holiday of 2023.
Insomniac Games confirmed previously that Spider-Man 2 will be much darker than the original, comparing the game to Empire Strikes Back.
"If Marvel's Spider-Man was Star Wars, Marvel's Spider-Man 2 is kind of our Empire Strikes Back," said Head of Creative at Marvel Games Bill Rosemann. "It gets a little darker. It's the next big chapter."
The game is confirmed to feature another popular Marvel character - Venom - but that's pretty much everything we know at this point. Fingers crossed more info is coming soon.
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