Insomniac Games will hopefully be taking cues from fellow first part studio Sony Santa Monica's God of War games for its upcoming Wolverine title.
It's also been claimed that the game will feature a darker and more violent tone than past Insomniac titles.
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 creative director Bryan Intihar has confirmed that Insomniac's upcoming Wolverine game is set in the same universe as the studio's Spider-Man series.
A known insider has claimed that the company is "painfully aware" of the fact that it hasn't seen the level of success in gaming that it would have hoped for.
Lead engine programmer Elan Ruskin revealed this in a recent livestream, but the tech could also appear in Marvel's Wolverine.
Journalist Jeff Grubb also claims the game will have a Mature rating, and will feature human dismemberment mechanics.
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When the game was announced in September 2021, developer Insomniac Games said it was still in "very early development."
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Spec Ops: The Line's lead writer Walt D. Williams was serving as Story lead on Marvel's Wolverine has been promoted to Narrative Director.
Insomniac Games' Mike Yosh – lead animator on Marvel's Wolverine – seems to suggest that motion capture recording for the game will begin soon.
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Walt D. Williams, known for having written games such as Spec Ops: The Line and Star Wars Battlefront 2, is the Story Lead on Insomniac's Wolverine game.
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Brian Horton, creative director of Marvel's Wolverine, confirms that the game will have a "mature tone."
David Hayter and Elias Toufexis have both thrown in their hat as candidates for the titular role in Insomniac's Wolverine game.
Insomniac's Ryan Schneider says that the team is "creating something truly special" based on the narrative and gameplay he's seen thus far.
In a surprise announcement, Sony has revealed that Insomniac Games is going to stick with the Marvel universe for more projects, and taking on Wolverine next.