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No Way Home Trailer release celebrated by Insomniac Games

Marvel’s Spider-Man and Marvel’s Wolverine developer Insomniac Games shared a lot of enthusiasm for the new Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer.

With the premiere of the second and final Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer, Marvel’s Spider-Man Developer Insomniac Games has taken to social media to celebrate it. They waited a long time Spider Man trailer confirms the appearance of a handful of returnees Spider Man villains such as Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin and Jamie Foxx ‘Electro, who are speculating that Spider Man alumni Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield would also return. The trailer’s unveiling was something of an affair, with Sony Pictures even hosting a fan event in Los Angeles.

November is already set to be a big month for Marvel’s iconic hero with not only No way home trailer, but also Spider-Man’s arrival in Crystal Dynamics’ Marvel’s Avengers, scheduled for November 30th. Tickets for the film go on sale the same day, leading to Sony dubbing November 30 as “Spider Monday.“When Spidey joins Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, the character will be fully playable with its own interludes and story mission, though Marvel’s Avengers‘Spider-Man’s is a PlayStation-exclusive hero.

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Marvel’s Spider-Man and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Developer Insomniac game expressed enthusiasm for Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer several times shortly after its premiere on November 17th. Despite Insomniac’s games being standalone releases without a connection to the movies, the developer has hailed the MCU iteration of the wall crawler in the past, but this time is no different. Retweeted the trailer before jumping into the comments to share the excitement with fans, Insomniac said: “LET’S GO.“When a Twitter user asked if the developer was excited, the official account replied,”Heck yes, “while responding eagerly to another Breaking Bad gif.

Needless to say, there is a lot of love for the character of Insomniac, with Marvel’s Spider-Man featuring a variety of costumes from not only the MCU version of the character, but also the Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield films. Insomniac Games is currently working hard on the newly unveiled Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 with Venom and Kraven the Hunter as the primary antagonists. Little else is known about the game besides the fact that it will be released in 2023 on PS5, but there will be plenty of Spidey content between now and then. Spider-Man: No Way Home will be published in December, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 is scheduled for release in October 2022.

While there is a chance that Peter Parker will appear in other Marvel movies, there will be no major appearances from Insomniac’s version of the character for a while. The character currently exists in his own universe and apparently has no plans to cross with any characters outside of those created by the developer. Until more news comes from Insomniac, there is always Marvel’s Avengers’ Spider-Man event this month for those who own the game on PlayStation. Whether the hero will play a prominent role in Marvel’s Avengers’ the future is still unknown, but if not, there are no known games where the web sling can appear before 2023.

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Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will be released in 2023 for PS5.

Source: Insomniac Games / Twitter

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