Marvel’s Spider-Man series has sold a ridiculous amount of copies

The Spider-Man series from Insomniac Games has sold an astonishing number of copies in just a few years. The Spider-Man series has had its ups and downs when it comes to video games. Things were going really well in the early 2000s as Activision adapted the Sam Raimi trilogy into games and created original titles like Ultimate Spider Man And the network of shadows, but over time Activision started putting less effort into it and didn’t allow developers much time to work on these games. after, after The Amazing Spider-Man 2Insomniac Games was commissioned to make a new indie movie Spider-Man, and it was a huge hit, producing a spin-off starring Miles Morales and a direct sequel to PlayStation 5.

After the news that Sony was bringing Spider-Man from Marvel for PCInsomniac Games confirmed Via PlayStation Blog that the first two entries in the series, Spider-Man from Marvel And the Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles MoralesIt sold 33 million copies. This is no small feat for only two games, the first of which was released less than four years ago, that are limited to one platform. For the sake of comparison, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare It has sold 30 million copies on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC and is one of the biggest franchises out there. Although the series is coming to PC later this year, the fact that they’ve been able to have so much success with the character on PlayStation alone speaks volumes for a lot of the work Insomniac has done for the character.

with Spider-Man from Marvel 2 On the way, they will likely continue to make big strides commercially and hopefully maintain their hit streak with critics. Insomniac Games is also working on Wolverine Marvel Which is expected to arrive sometime after the Spider-Man sequel. It’s clear that Insomniac’s work has earned a lot of trust from Sony and Marvel as they continue to give them huge properties to work on.

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