Marvel’s Spider-Man Shines in 4K PS4 Pro Gameplay From the Beginning of the Game

You can check out about eighteen minutes of gameplay of Marvel's Spider-Man straight from Sony with commentary from the Creative Director.

on August 7, 2018 11:29 AM

Today Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe shared quite a lot of really spiffy PS4 gameplay from the beginning of Marvel’s Spider-Man via its channel PlayStation Access.

We get to see plenty of swinging and quite a few cutscenes, so do keep in mind that mild spoilers are included. They’re from the beginning of the game so it shouldn’t be a big deal, but if you want to go in blind, maybe you should check out our own video instead. It’s exactly the same footage but cut differently and purged of the spoilerish stuff.

That being said, one thing that you’d be missing is commentary from Creative Director Bryan Intihar, who explains what you’re gonna see on the screen.

You can check out the gameplay below, and see if it gets you hyped more than you already are. If you want to learn more about the game, you should check out my hands-on preview, and my impressions on swinging. We also have comments from Bryan Intihar himself, on the possibility of a sequel, Mary Jane, and the Avengers.

The game releases on September 7th exclusively for PS4. You can already pre-order the newly-revealed limited edition PS4 Pro and the game itself on Amazon.


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