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Jun 27, 2016 10:32 AM EDT

‘Spider-Man PS4’s’ Questions Answered by Insomniac Games


Although little was known about the video game, fans were amazed during the launching of "Spider-Man PS4" at E3 2016.

Earlier this week, Insomniac Games, an American video game developer, took the time to answer many fan inquiries about "Spider-Man PS4" on Twitter.

Insomniac Games made it known to their Twitter account that fans will be happy to know that the new "Spider-Man PS4"  will not be an origin story. The video game will feature a very much experienced Spider-Man, Attack of the Fanboy reported.

Insomniac Games also mentioned that there's a high possibility "Spider-Man PS4"  feature a college student Peter Parker rather than stuck in high school. The video game developer also stated that the latest video game has no links to the Tom Holland version of the character. However, "Spider-Man PS4" is a genuine take on the famous web slinger.

Insomniac Games reacted regarding the assumption of people that Sony is publishing "Spider-Man PS4," so there is no chance for the new game to come on other platforms. Insomniac Games said in a statement that they can't change that concept, as Spider-Man is a property of Marvel Comics.

Insomniac Games added that they don't have control over that and Sony company doesn't do multi-platform games. And "Spider-Man PS4" will not be available on PC or Xbox One,  but fans must own a PS4 to play the game.

Insomniac Games was quick to reply when asked if they are being helped by video game developer Naughty Dog. Insomniac Games said that they were not helped by Naughty Dog to develop the "Spider-Man PS4," Dual Shockers reported.

While the details about the gameplay of "Spider-Man PS4" is still a mystery, however, Insomniac Games took to Twitter to tease that players may be able to upgrade Spider-Man in some ways - for instance, the character's skills or suits, Examiner reported. 

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