Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Game Concept Art Has Us Ready For A Leap Of Faith!
While Spider-Man has always been the most popular Marvel comics hero, there was a bit of fatigue from Peter Parker’s story not too long ago. After so many times of seeing Peter lose his Uncle Ben and swing his first web, the brilliant Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2018 animated film helped bring the alternative Spider-Man heroes to wider audiences. Many were dazzled by the vibrant animations of Miles Morales, Spider-Gwen and more. While the sequel to the animated film has been slightly delayed, a talented artist has visualized what a Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse game might look like if it were to come to our dimension.
As reported on Prima Games, internet-favorite graphic artist BossLogic has revealed his new Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse game concept art on his official Twitter account. A few days prior, the infamous BossLogic made some tweets where he expressed his disappointment that there had yet to be any video game that matched the storyline or animation style of the Spider-Verse movie, comparing such a concept to Jet Set Radio. Well, in true BossLogic fashion, the artist turned to digital art to visualize what such an inter-dimensional Spider-Man game might look like.
The ensuing art shows iconic images from Into the Spider-Verse, with video game menu displays and on-screen quick time event overlays added. He even references the photo-mode used in the PS4 Spider-Man game with a shot that has Miles taking a photo of his art, with the hypothetical option for players to share the snapshot to their real-world social media accounts. BossLogic definitely nailed the colorful and trippy aesthetics of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse with this concept art, and hopefully Sony takes notice so that such a game could be made into a reality. Just like the Sunflower, our love for this would be too much.
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