Insomniac Improved Spider-Man After Listening to Fan Feedback; Web Swinging Mechanic Improved Since E3

Spider-Man’s web-swinging mechanics improved since E3, thanks to fan feedback.

Insomniac Games’ upcoming PS4 exclusive title, Spider-Man, is one of the most anticipated games, especially since Spider-Man is many people’s favorite superhero.

That’s why Insomniac Games is doing their best to listen to fan feedback and implement it as much as they can. According to Insomniac’s Creative Director Bryan Intihar, he revealed, during the recent D23 Expo, that the game’s web-swinging mechanics were improved after E3, after taking a lot of the feedback they got into consideration.

“As Peter [Parker] says in the video, we got this. Yes, nailing the web swinging is crucial. It’s a requirement. Even since E3 2017 which was a month ago, we’ve already improved our web swinging and it’s easier to gain speed now. Yes, we’ve heard all the feedback online – we listen to you guys, a lot! And we’re constantly looking to improve the game. We want to continue to have that sense of flow, fluidity, no obstacles too big for him to overcome.

For traversal but also in the combat, which is evolving every single day. You saw the gadget, the tripwire, right? Well, he can stick it on objects but he can also stick it on enemies and if they are close enough, they’ll just slam into each other. So we want to have a lot of gadgets that will allow him to have fun during combat as well.”

Spider-Man releases early 2018 exclusively for the PS4.