The reviews for Spider-Man have been pouring out there and so far it looks like a lot of our concerns can be placed aside. That is if you want to trust their words on the game so far and not keep losing your mind off missing puddles and such. No matter how you want to slice it right now, it looks like we have one more look at the web-swinging system that Insomniac Games has built to help us ignore some of those concerns and get ready for September 7th here. Hopefully, you have pre-ordered your copy of Spider-Man so you are fully ready to dive in with your PS4.
As we have seen, and will see again here, it looks like there was a lot of time spent on perfecting Spider-Man's signature movement style in the game's version of New York. It is something that fans have been hoping will be done right and so far it has looked that way. Now we have a deeper look at just what the team has built and how the physics of the game will affect our swing and movement. It also looks like there was great care put in there to handle smaller items like fire escapes and the like to make them less background noise and something that Spider-Man will also have to traverse and work with. All of which is insanely interesting to see as we wait for the next days or so to pass on by.
Spider-Man — How Insomniac Perfected Web-Swinging
Insomniac and Marvel Games dive into how they built the swift and satisfying swinging mechanics in Marvel’s Spider-Man.
Are you still sufficiently hyped for Spider-Man to drop here soon or are you one of those focusing on the visuals instead of the fun factor? What are your thoughts on the web-swinging and physics it will involve here? Do you see how it could be the best version of it to date or do you see things that Insomniac Games could have perfected more on? Let us and the world out there know what you are thinking down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. For more on Spider-Man, before and after the launch, be sure to keep your eyes glued to the site here. We will keep it all coming at you and you will be glad you did.