Marvel’s Spider-Man Image Reveals The Black Cat’s Suit; She Is Played by Erica Lindbeck
Futaba Sakura's Voice Actress Erica Lindbeck plays Felicia Hardy in Marvel's Spider-Man, while a new image fully reveals her new suit.
Today, during a launch livestream for Marvel’s Spider-Man, Insomniac Games revealed the artwork used to create the suit of The Black Cat that will appear in the first DLC “The Heist.”
You can check out the image at the bottom of the post, and we also heard that Erica Lindbeck provided the performance and voice for the popular vigilante.
Looks like the (Black) Cat is out of bag!!! I’m doing the voice and facial capture for Felicia Hardy in #SpiderManPS4
Catch me if you can 🖤 pic.twitter.com/WzJncIk6SO
— Erica Lindbeck (@ericalindbeck) September 7, 2018
Lindbeck is known for voicing Sophitia in SoulCalibur VI, Futaba Sakura in Persona 5 and its spinoffs, Farnese in Berserk, Magilou in Tales of Berseria, and many more. According to Creative Director Bryan Intihar, she was perfect for the part.
Marvel Games Executive Creative Director mentioned that Felicia Hardy’s look is an example of what the team at Insomniac Games did, thinking how to modernize a character’s look (since some were invented thirty or forty years ago), while still maintaining who they are and things like the color of their suit, so that fans can recognize the characters even if they never saw this specific version.
If you want to see more about the game, you can enjoy the launch trailer and the reveal of the first DLC suit, another recent trailer starring Black Cat and another featuring the photo mode.
Of course, you should also read my brand new review, my personal twenty tips for combat, traversal, and more, and my article showing the fantastic photo mode in action.
The game is available exclusively for PS4. You can purchase it on Amazon.
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