Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and Wolverine will feature new dialogue technology

One of the developers at Insomniac Games has apparently teased an innovation fans can expect in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and Wolverine games that will somehow improve the dialogue system.

During a recent Twitch livestream, Elan Ruskin, lead programmer at Insomniac Games, revealed that Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and Wolverine will feature some “really cool” new dialogue technology. Unfortunately, the developer did not go into the details of this mysterious innovation. It is currently unknown what this technology actually does and how it will improve the gaming experience. After some minor teasing from the developer, fans have speculated that it could be an AI for more NPC dialogues. significant, which makes sense considering there are a number of characters in the story that Spider-Man interacts with.


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This mysterious feature has fans excited, with one speculating that it will be an AI that will be used to direct players anywhere on the map. Some have also speculated that it’s some kind of AI-generated script or dialogue for NPCs to make the game’s open world more immersive.

It’s safe to assume that Insomniac Games will showcase this technology at the upcoming PlayStation Showcase, which would take place sometime before E3 in June. Sony will likely unveil its most exciting developments at the event, including its first-party projects. According to Jeff Grubb, this rumored PlayStation event was originally supposed to happen in the last quarter of last year, but Sony had to push it back because the first-party studios weren’t ready to show fans what they had in store.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will feature fan-favorite anti-heroes Venom and Kraven, while Miles Morales and Peter Parker, the main characters from the last two Spider-Man games, return to protect innocent lives. The game has a fitting release window, with Insomniac Games stating it will be available in fall 2023. The studio’s other superhero game, Wolverine, is reportedly aiming for a fall 2024 release.

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