PS4 Exclusive Spider-Man Gets New Art Showing Mr. Negative; Subway Battle Will Be in the Game

Insomniac Games reveals new details about the upcoming Marvel's Spider-Man game for PS4.

on July 20, 2017 5:32 PM

Today Marvel hosted a panel at San Diego Comic Con showcasing its game line-up, and Marvel’s Spider-Man Creative Director Bryan Intihar was on stage to provide some juicy info.

While the panel was not livestreamed, the information was relayed by the Marvel LIVE! Updates twitter account and Marvel Digital Media Director Ryan Penagos.

First of all, we get to see a new piece of art showing villain Mr. Negative. You can check it out at the bottom of the post in the gallery. As a second interesting piece of info, we also get the confirmation that the battle in the subway between Spider-Man and Mr. Negative (that was released a few days ago and that you can also see in the gallery) will actually be part of the game, and it will be really crazy.

Interestingly, Intihar explained during the panel that the duality between Martin Li and Mr. Negative is a perfect way to express the collision between Spider-Man and Peter Parker’s worlds.

Moving on to characters, we learn that there is a lot for Peter Parker to juggle, and his life with “collide” with that of Miles Morales. Aunt May will be active, and Norman Osborn will actually be the Mayor.

You can check out the artwork below, and if you want to see more of what the game looks like, you can check out a trailer from E3 2017, and a batch of screenshots released for the same show. You should also definitely check out Logan’s analisys of the latest artwork, including the piece about the subway battle.

Marvel’s Spider-Man is coming in 2018 exclusively for PS4.

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