Creative Director Bryan Intihar of Spider-Man Remastered commented on Peter Parker's new face model on Twitter. Shortly after the announcement, there was a lot of feedback on Insomniac Games' decision. The fans' opinion of the new model is rather divided. Spider-Man Remastered will be available in November as part of the Ultimate Edition of Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
This week, Insomniac Games surprised everyone by announcing that Peter Parker's model has been completely redesigned in the upcoming Spider-Man Remastered. With this, the team wants to achieve a better quality of facial expressions in the next-gen version. In the video below you can take another look at Peter Parker.
The feedback from fans on the new Spider-Man was also a bit divided. Half of them quickly made friends with the younger-looking Peter Parker – other players found the similarities to Tom Holland from the MCU a little too strong. Now Creative Director Bryan Intihar has also commented on the reactions.
"The news of the new face model for Peter Parker surprised some of you and we at Insomniac can totally understand your reaction. Even I had to get used to the new look of Peter for a while. But when we talked about the future of the franchise and the When we discussed the move to PS5, it quickly became clear that we needed an even more believable character who could match the performance of (motion cap performer) Yuri Lowenthal – whom we all love as Peter. Character is just as important to us as it is you, so understand that this decision was not an easy one for us either. "
Spider-Man Remastered will be included with the Ultimate Edition of Spider-Man: Miles Morales. The game will be available in stores on November 19, 2020 for the launch of the PS5. However, it will not be possible to buy the new edition individually for the time being.
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