Spider-Verse & More Marvel Game Cover Art Concepts Designed By Fan

Spider-Verse & More Marvel Game Cover Art Concepts Designed By Fan

An artsy Twitter user has developed box art proposals for many Marvel games using in-game materials and graphics from Marvel’s Spider-Man.

An imaginative fan has developed cover art concepts for numerous Marvel games using in-game materials from Marvel’s Spider-Man. Fans have complimented Insomniac’s open-world wall-crawler simulator, with much of the praise coming to the game’s in-depth picture mode and an enormous number of skins. Marvel’s Spider-photo Man’s mode has been put to good use by fans for artistic endeavours such as film posters and scene recreations.

While many modern video games have a picture mode, Marvel’s Spider-Man has an unusually robust one, allowing players to line up and shoot the perfect superhero shot. Gamers can modify the angle and depth of field and apply various filters of differing strengths, using a range of settings. Players can even adjust the expression on the web-swinging hero’s expressive mask in a unique selfie mode. Players in Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales may now set up virtual light sources and apply stickers to their photos in photo mode. Players have constructed Spider-Man movie posters and even relive classic film moments in-game thanks to this excellent feature and a large choice of possible costumes for Spidey.

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Twitter user Rock Rider has developed box art concepts for various hypothetical Marvel games using in-game assets and graphics from Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. The first two games are remastered of the legendary Spider-Man games Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions and Spider-Man: Edge of Time, released in 2010 and 2011. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, the suspected title of the future sequel to 2018’s Into the Spider-Verse, is another of the game concepts. Other Marvel characters featured on the covers include Prowler, Black Cat, Ghost Rider, and the Fantastic Four. Some of the covers were made with the characters’ in-game materials, while others were made by altering clothes from the games.

While several video games have been based on Marvel Comics and its characters, most of them have existed independently of one another. On the other hand, Insomniac Games will soon be developing its own Marvel video game universe since both Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and Marvel’s Wolverine will be released in the same realm. The successor to Insomniac’s previous two wall-crawling games, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, will see Peter Parker and Miles Morales facing off against the popular villains Kraven the Hunter and Venom. In the meantime, Marvel’s Wolverine will introduce the ruthless mutant to the same universe, with the game reportedly being darker than the Spider-Man games.

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With Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and Marvel’s Wolverine sharing a universe, Insomniac appears to be working on its gaming universe for Marvel fans to enjoy. While nothing has been confirmed, it appears that superheroes other than the wall-crawlers and Wolverine will receive their video games in this universe. While remasters of old Spider-Man games would be exciting, ventures starring other Marvel heroes such as the Fantastic Four or Ghost Rider could be even more so.

On PS4 and PS5, Marvel’s Spider-Man is available.

Source: Rock Rider/Twitter