Marvel has given Insomniac complete freedom to build their new Spider-Man game

"Insomniac and Marvel are great storytellers, and every decision has a story behind it."

The creative director of Marvel games, Bill rosemann, has been interviewed by the own Marvel in an extensive conversation in which new details have been offered about the Spider-Man of Insomniac, exclusive to Playstation 4 and one of the most loved announcements by users of the Sony and wall-crawler lovers. There are many doubts about the history of the game, and the protagonist himself and his costume bring together a large part of the unknowns. The clues offered are that "it is Peter Parker, but he has a different suit based on the classic, but clearly different. We know that people have questions and want to know the reason for the suit" and "from his body and voice you know that he is not a teenager, he's a more experienced Spider-Man. "

Going back to the suit ... Will there be an explanation soon? Rosemann commented that "in due course! At some point, when appropriate, we will focus deeply on the decisions we have made. All I can say now is that everything from his mask to the last detail of the foot has been worked on. We know that many people love Spider-Man and his suit. In my opinion he is the best designed hero of all time, and if you are going to change something you have to make sure and understand the reasons that led the original design to mark a milestone and that everything he has is there for a reason. Another thing I would like to say is that Insomniac and Marvel are known for telling great stories, and there is a story behind everything in the game. As the months go by we will continue to expand on it. "

The relationship between the comic book publisher and the developer seems idyllic: "We've been working here for a long time. I can't say how long, but we've worked intensively week after week with Insomniac and Sony. Their offices are ten minutes away from ours, so we see each other every week with executive producer, Mike Jones and Bryan Intihar and their team. " Rosemann comments that "Marvel is giving Insomniac the freedom to tell their own Spider-Man story. We are here to help them and collaborate to maximize their vision; by giving them that freedom, they are able to offer something new and unexpected for him. player. It's not something the user might think 'it's between the movies, so I know how it's going to end.' In the game, you will have no idea what's going to happen or where it's going. "

Days ago it was revealed that the new video game has nothing to do with the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the future premiere of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Despite the surprising presentation and that it seems a development that has been on the table for a long time, there is still no confirmed date for its premiere on PlayStation 4.