The face of the version of Peter Parker we met Spider-Man it was changed for PS4 Spider-Man: Remastered due to a technical issue related to the capture of facial features; The face we could see in the remastering is the same one we will have Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, which goes on sale October 20th. This decision remains controversial to this day, although the Insomniac Games team has tried to justify it. A situation that Yuri Lowenthal, the actor who plays the net thrower, is not at all happy with..
“The performance was the same for me,” Lowenthal said in an interview exclusively for Comic book after being asked if he was happy with Peter Parker’s facial change in the remaster and sequel. “It disappeared when they told me: “Hey, we want to make this change to make the facial animation better.”. I said, “I’m in!” I don’t care if he looks like a goblin, if my interpretation is better, I’m in. Honestly, I’m tired of talking about it because I think everything that needs to be said has already been said. Now get over it!”
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“We still have a lot to see and discover with this sequel, including whether the open world content and activities will be up to the task this time around. In fact, we haven’t even seen anything about Venom yet.” Who will be the show’s big bad, but if what we’ve enjoyed is already somewhat representative of everything that awaits us in the rest of the game, we have every reason to accept that should become a new essential for the Sony console. Are you ready to be Spider-Man again and wear his mask?” we tell you in our First impressions after a few hours of playing.