The Art of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Brings Us Into the Action of the Upcoming PS5 Game
Dark Horse Books, Marvel Games, and Insomniac Games have collaborated to bring fans a thrilling new artbook, The Art of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and The Art of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Deluxe Edition. The art book offers a behind-the-scenes look at the development of the highly anticipated game, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.
In the newest entry of the game series, both Peter Parker and Miles Morales make their return as they embark on a new and thrilling adventure. As our beloved web-slingers traverse Marvel’s New York City, they face relentless threats from iconic villains who seek to bring chaos and destruction to their lives, their city, and their loved ones.
This art book allows readers to dive into the intricate creation of this dynamic game, from the unforgettable characters and extraordinary equipment to the breathtaking locales and thrilling storyboards. The art book is accompanied by insightful commentary from the game’s creative team, offering a deeper understanding of the game’s development process.
For fans who desire to dive even deeper into the web of the development of the game, The Art of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Deluxe Edition is also available. The deluxe edition includes an exclusive cover, a decorative slipcase, and a folio containing a gallery-quality print.
Ian Tucker, the project editor, expressed his enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, “As diehard comic fans and gamers ourselves, we couldn’t be more pleased to showcase the Insomniac Games and Marvel Games team’s passion and creativity. Insomniac has delivered the definitive Spider-Man gaming experience, and we can’t wait for readers to dig into this amazing collection of art and commentary.”
Jump into the world of Peter and Miles as they prepare to take on a slate of new enemies in the upcoming PlayStation-exclusive title on October 20, 2023.
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