The tone of Marvel's Wolverine would be "adult," according to Insomniac, which explains how the idea came to be

Brian Horton, the creative director of Insomniac Games, reveals that the Wolverine-based video game will be a full-size release. It does not have a set departure date.

The tone of Marvel's Wolverine would be "adult," according to Insomniac, which explains how the idea came to be.

On Twitter, Bryan Horton, the creative director of Marvel's Wolverine at Insomniac Games, stated that the Wolverine-based video game is a full-size project, not an intermediate one, with a mature tone.


Horton, who directed the recent Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, was queried about the title's size, as if the previous project's smaller standalone scale had something to do with current Marvel's Wolverine, but it won't. It's a stand-alone game.



According to Insomniac Games' official PlayStation blog, it was Insomniac who approached Marvel and Sony to express their interest in collaborating with Wolverine, his favorite character after Wall-crawler.


“There were occasions when all of us (Insomniac, Sony Interactive Entertainment, and Marvel) communicated ideas for the future beyond Wall-Crawler while working on Marvel's Spider-Man [...] Many members of the Insomniac team are major fans of the character, and one of the main reasons for his selection is that he is similar to Spider-Man,” they claim. "To defend people who cannot defend themselves," both characters feel obligated.


Insomniac's major surprise for PS5 is Marvel's Wolverine; no release date yet.

The most unexpected reveal at the PlayStation Showcase was Marvel's Wolverine. Not satisfied with Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Ratchet & Clank: Rift, they've now released Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Ratchet & Clank: Rift. The Californian team is now working on (at least) two projects, separated by a half-year period.


On the one hand, we know that Bryan Intihar's team (director of Marvel's Spider-Man of 2018) is in charge of Marvel's Spider-Man 2; on the other hand, we know that Miles Morales' team (creative director Bryan Horton) and Cameron Christian (game director) are in charge of Logan's video game, Wolverine, as we know him in Spain.


The game is still in the early stages of development and has no set release date. Marvel's Spider-Man 2 will be released first, in 2023.

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