Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 may have a much needed new feature

It seems Spider-Man from Marvel 2The upcoming sequel to the popular PlayStation game from Insomniac could have a feature many fans have been asking for. As of last week, the original Spider-Man from Marvel It finally came to PC for those who use Steam and the Epic Games Store. And while the game has already proven to be a huge hit, it looks like some of the data in the PC version could spark Insomniac’s plans for the future.

Spotted by user DniweTamp, the code in the PC iteration of Spider-Man from Marvel Contains references to the game’s co-op feature. While Spider-Man from Marvel Not containing itself a co-op function, it’s clear that Insomniac was at one point toying with the idea of ​​multiplayer allowing one player to play as Peter Parker while the others control Miles Morales. This symbol appears in Spider-Man from Marvel On PC it’s very curious, and while not knowing what it might refer to, some fans immediately assumed the collaboration might be something that appears in Spider-Man from Marvel 2.

It is worth emphasizing that although we know very little about it Spider-Man from Marvel 2 Now, Insomniac and PlayStation already previously mentioned The sequel is Single Player Adventure. As such, this seems to mean that there are no multiplayer or co-op plans of any kind Spider-Man from Marvel 2.

The appearance of this icon may also indicate that at some point Insomniac was simply working on a collaboration to appear in Spider-Man from Marvel But later she canceled these plans for one reason or another. It’s hard to see why the game code mentions player jobs in any capacity, but maybe we’ll learn more about why this happens in the future.

For now, all we know Spider-Man from Marvel 2 It should definitely be released in 2023 on PlayStation 5. If new details about the game come out in the near future, we’ll be sure to let you know here on ComicBook.com.

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