Insomniac Games’ creative director Bryan Intihar has revealed that Spider-Man‘s developers intended to leave players guessing and debating what the future could hold. Speaking to IGN, Intihar stopped short of confirming a sequel but did say that the studio wants to keep players “engaged.”
Nothing to announce [regarding a sequel] but we obviously want to keep you engaged in our Spider-Man universe. That’s why we said right off the bat you’re going to have three drops of DLC. It’s not just activities in the city, this is a full story. You’re going to be able to get a pretty chunky, new experience.
If the game didn’t leave you wondering what may come next, the DLC probably will. Intihar teased some unexpected “twists and turns” in the upcoming content.
You’re going to see some twists and turns you might not expect with Spider-Man and Black Cat. And then that will set up the other two that will be released before the end of the year.
It may be too soon to talk about a sequel but if Spider-Man‘s record-breaking reception is anything to go by, we’re likely to see more of Insomniac’s take on the Marvel character and universe.
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