Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 appeared on the PlayStation Store for a brief moment and then was removed, leading some users to believe that an announcement may be coming soon. Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 was officially announced at the 2021 PlayStation Showcase event, but Sony has not released any other trailers since then.
Furthermore, the original video only served as a preview of the game’s content, as opposed to a full gameplay reveal. Developer Insomniac Games has not yet given many specific details about “Marvel’s Spider Man 2,” but has certainly confirmed Venom as one of the villains. While we await further news, Marvel’s Spider Man 2 has unsurprisingly been removed from the PlayStation Store after appearing there.
The PlayStation®Store page for “Marvel’s Spider Man 2” has temporarily gone live, allowing UK gamers to add the game to their wish lists. The page did not reveal any new information about “Marvel’s Spider Man 2” beyond the uploading of previously released screenshots. Some fans began speculating that a new trailer would be released soon, but the store page was subsequently taken down. Sony plans to release a new trailer for “Spider Man: Across the Spider-Verse” on December 13, so there may be an announcement for “Marvel’s Spider Man 2” to accompany it, but at this point, it is just speculation.
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Despite the lack of news, Insomniac Games has confirmed that Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is scheduled for release in 2023. While some fans have expressed their belief that the game could be delayed because Sony has yet to show off gameplay, it appears that Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is on track to meet its promised date. Insomniac Games also said that showing off the game will express that it will take time and effort, so fans will likely be able to see more of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 once the development team is ready to show it off.
A new Marvel Spider-Man 2 trailer could have debuted at the PlayStation Showcase event, but Sony is not holding an event in 2022; PlayStation will be holding State of Play throughout the year. Several presentations, some of which focused on individual titles such as Hogwarts Legacy and Gran Turismo 7. In contrast to the previous State of Play events, these showcases included more high-profile and anticipated games such as “Tekken 8,” “Street Fighter 6,” “Final Fantasy 16,” and “God of War Ragnarok.”