Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will wait: the word of Tom Henderson

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 was announced last September with a release window in 2023. Since then, we haven’t had any news of the sequel nor have we seen anything other than the teaser trailer that accompanied the announcement. According to a well-known insider, Tom Henderson, the possibility that the game will show itself again in the short term is categorically excluded.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2: the new trailer is still far away

Su Twitter, Henderson explains that we probably won’t see Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 until the second half of the year, that is, between July and the beginning of 2023. It is not clear how much of this is speculation and how much is actually the result of an insider analysis and there is the possibility that it is a mixture of both, so as always it is to be taken with a grain of salt.

Unfortunately, this is all the information that Spider-Man fans will have to make do for the time being. However, Henderson also mentioned Marvel’s Wolverinealso under development at Insomniac Games. The analyst said that this title too will take a long time, with unpublished information on its account coming towards the end of 2022.

At the time of publication of this news, none of the parties involved – PlayStation and Insomniac Games – said anything about the two games, although other rumors have repeatedly spoken of an imminent State of Play, in which we could receive some information in this direction. Of course, if the insider is right, we will have to be very patient before we hear about these two games belonging to the Marvel universe.

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