Is Wolverine a ps5 exclusive?
Announced during Sony's PlayStation Showcase 2021, Marvel's Wolverine will be a standalone PS5 exclusive game that focuses on the grizzly, adamantium-clawed Mutant James "Logan" Howlett. TechradarMarvel's Wolverine: everything we know about the PS5 exclusive so far
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The Wolverine Game will not be on PS4. Insomniac Games has confirmed that the the game is a PS5 exclusive. ... Stay up to date with the latest on the game including the Marvel's Wolverine release date and take a look at some other upcoming PS5 games. theloadout.comWill the Wolverine game be on PS4?
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After the showcase, Games Head of Franchise Strategy and Studio Relations Ryan Schneider made a post on the PlayStation Blog to explain more about the surprise announcement. During the post, Schneider stated that "Marvel’s Wolverine is a standalone game," meaning that this game will be in its own universe. This may be a disappointment to some fans who were hoping to see the mutant team up with Peter Parker.
Schneider also talks about how the team at Insomniac are huge fans of the character, and hope to honor what makes the character so popular, as they did with Spider-Man. He made this statement about what drew the team to the character in the first place:
So many of the Insomniac team are such huge fans of the character, and one of the key elements that drew us to him is surprisingly not that different from Spider-Man: Both heroes feel deeply compelled to defend people who are less able to do so.
Not much is known about the game yet. The teaser only shows us a scene in a bar, where after a fight, Logan is sitting alone on a barstool. Then someone tries to walk up and attack him, causing him to let out his claws. Despite the game still being very early in its development, Scheider is already convinced that it will have a great story, saying that "even though Marvel’s Wolverine is very early in development, from what I’ve seen of its emotional narrative and cutting-edge gameplay (see what I did there?), the team is already creating something truly special."
There is no release date yet for Marvel's Wolverine, but it is confirmed to be a PlayStation 5 exclusive.
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12 September, 2021 - 04:12pm
Marvel's ‘Wolverine’ PS5 Video Game Is Coming from Insomniac Games, Watch the Teaser
Get SNIKT-y. Marvel announces standalone Wolverine video game courtesy of Insomniac Games and set for PlayStation 5.
While the video game footage does not show too much, it is more than enough to have us excited about the prospect of controlling Logan and unleashing his adamantium fists of fury. Throwing us into what looks like the conclusion of a major barroom brawl, the teaser gives just a small glimpse of what's to come next, as a foolish patron decides to have another go at our hero, threatening him with a knife. Of course, Wolverine has a few knives of his own to play with...
Speaking after the recent PlayStation Showcase, Sony said the game would present "an emotional and suspenseful journey" through the world of Wolverine. The hugely popular, adamantium-clawed mutant will lead the standalone game, which is being directed by Brian Horton (Creative Director) and Cameron Christian (Game Director), who recently impressed Marvel and video game fans everywhere with Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
"Back when we were working on Marvel's Spider-Man, there would be times where all of us - Insomniac, Sony Interactive Entertainment, and Marvel - would brainstorm together about the future beyond the web-slinger," said Insomniac's head of franchise strategy and studio relations Ryan Schneider in a PlayStation Blog post. "And even in those early discussions, Wolverine continually came up as the character we'd be really stoked to work on together. Fast-forward a couple years and we're suddenly standing in front of Sony Interactive Entertainment and Marvel formally pitching a PlayStation 5 game starring the adamantium-clawed Mutant. Since you just saw the announce teaser, we can confirm that the pitch seemed to go pretty well."
He added, "In the vein of our Spider-Man games, our goal here is to not only respect the DNA of what makes the character so popular, but also look for opportunities to make it feel fresh and truly reflect the Insomniac spirit. Even though Marvel's Wolverine is very early in development, from what I've seen of its emotional narrative and cutting-edge gameplay, the team is already creating something truly special."
Wolverine has of course featured in video games before, most recently in 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine, a hack and slash action-adventure game loosely based on the movie of the same name. Under the creative guidance of the critical acclaimed Insomniac Games however, video game fans can expect something very special indeed.
Aside from Wolverine, Marvel and Insomniac Games have also announced a return of the friendly neighbourhood web-slinger in Marvel's Spider-Man 2. In fact, that should really be web-slingers as the game will bring back voice actors Yuri Lowenthal and Nadji Jeter as Peter Parker and Miles Morales, as well as introduce a whole host of infamous villains, including Venom, who will be voiced by Tony Todd in a pitch perfect casting decision. This comes to us courtesy of Marvel.
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