PlayStation Showcase: Sony Unveils Action-Packed 10-Minute Gameplay Of 'Marvel's Spider-Man 2'

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  • Spider-Man 2 gameplay demo revealed, featuring Peter Parker and Miles Morales battling Venom in NYC.
  • Release likely in September, coinciding with Kraven film.

In a highly anticipated moment at the PlayStation Showcase, Sony Interactive Entertainment SONY unveiled a 10-minute gameplay demo of the upcoming "Marvel's Spider-Man 2."

The demo not only showcased the web-slinger's incredible abilities, but also provided an up-close look at one of the game's villains, Kraven the Hunter.

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In the game, players will control both Peter Parker and Miles Morales as they take on the notorious villain Venom in the bustling streets of New York City. The gameplay footage revealed Peter wearing the powerful Symbiote Suit and demonstrating its combat features.

The demo also showcased Miles' sneaky abilities as he infiltrates a heavily guarded warehouse, eventually teaming up with Peter for an exciting chase scene that promises to keep players enthralled.

Despite the lack of an official release date, the game was previously slated for a Fall 2023 launch.

Moreover, Venom's voice actor, Tony Todd, hinted in a now-deleted tweet that fans can expect the game to hit shelves in September. Interestingly, this timeframe aligns closely with the release of the highly anticipated Kraven the Hunter film, further fueling excitement among fans of the franchise.

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