The exclusivity of Marvel’s Avenger’s Spider-Man to PlayStation platforms prompted a stir when it was introduced forward of the sport’s launch final 12 months, and now it’s as soon as once more making headlines for the incorrect causes.
Immediately, in an interview with IGN, Crystal Dynamics head of studio Scot Amos defined that Spider-Man is not slated to reach in “early 2021” as was initially deliberate.
Certainly, whereas a devoted crew is seemingly engaged on his growth already, he’s not going to be prepared till the summer time.
“I can inform you that, formally, formally, persons are engaged on him proper now,” Amos mentioned. “So it’s nonetheless on our roadmap for the long run.”
He then added that “there are individuals engaged on [Spider-Man],” and we nonetheless totally anticipate Spider-Man to return to PlayStation.”
Nevertheless, no concrete timeframe was given besides that Spider-Man wouldn’t come earlier than Black Panther on the roadmap pictured above. That will make summer time 2021 the earliest Spider-Man might arrive.
Spider-Man’s delay is simply the most recent in a string of points which have plagued Avengers, from its initially shaky launch and lack of endgame content material to latest tweaks that haven’t gone down all too effectively with these enjoying the sport commonly.
In different, extra optimistic Avengers information, a slew of latest movies showcasing upcoming content material for the sport was revealed final week, together with one about Hawkeye.