Players have been showcasing just how good Spider-Man can look.
Marvel’s Spider-Man has only been available on PS4 for a few days, but since its September 7 release date, fans have been capturing their time in Insomniac Games’ New York with a ton of polished photos.
I wrote last week about why Spider-Man’s photo mode is so great and specific to the Spidey experience, and since then, players have taken the mode to new heights. (You can see a bit of the Tech team’s ingenuity with the mode in the gallery below – some light spoilers will follow.
Fans, Marvel Games, and members of the Insomniac Games have been celebrating player creations with the mode all weekend. And the outpouring of creative photos has even lead Spider-Man’s lead character artist Gavin Goulden to compile a Twitter moment cataloguing all of the photos fans are sharing. We’ve compiled some of our favorites below — some spoilers may follow.ˆ
You can find many more fans celebrating Spider-Man’s photo mode capabilities on Twitter, while on Tech, if you haven’t already, be sure to read my Marvel’s Spider-Man on PS4 review. And if you’re in the midst of playing Spider-Man, be sure to check out our Spider-Man for PS4 wiki guide for help tracking down all the collectibles, Spider-Man’s suits, secret photo locations, and much more.
Insomniac’s Ted Price is also Tech Unfiltered’s guest for the month, and spoke to Tech’s Ryan McCaffrey about how Insomniac’s Spider-Man came to be. Watch the discussion below and stay tuned for more from Price.
And for more on Spider-Man, learn about Spidey’s initial sales success in the UK and read about an Easter egg in Spider-Man’s New York that could be removed.