Marvel’s Spider-Man 2: the game is officially in the gold phase

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The new PlayStation exclusive, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is officially going gold. Let’s find out all the details in this dedicated news

Insomniac Games announced that Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 has officially gone gold, about a month after its release. Although there will probably be a patch on day-one, the superhero’s open-world title is on its way. A new video sees the cast of the game celebrating the news. Nadji Jeter, who plays Miles Morales, assures fans that “it’s not bronze, it’s not silver,” but it’s gold before shouting it to the world. Yuri Lowenthal, who voices Peter Parker, says he’s closer to getting “into your faces, brains and bodies,” while Mary Jane Watson’s voice actress Laura Bailey is thrilled with the release. It all ends with Tony Todd, the voice of Venom, proclaiming the game’s golden status. Here is the tweet with which everything was announced:

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2: gold phase and release coming soon

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 launches on October 20th, exclusively for PS5. The New York of this chapter will be bigger than the previous ones. There will be new areas such as Queens and Brooklyn, new activities, new villains and new powers during which players can take on the role of Spider-Man and bring justice to a city where crime never sleeps. Are you hyped for this title? Have you played the previous Spidey video games? And again, are you team Miles or team Peter? Let us know what you think and answer all these questions using the section dedicated to your comments.

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Stefania Romagnoli is a dedicated writer who delves into the world of video game news. With a profound passion for gaming, Stefania keeps readers informed and up-to-date on the latest developments, announcements, and trends within the gaming industry.