Spider-Man 2's New Game+ mode has been delayed to 2024
Insomniac Games has confirmed that the New Game+ update for Marvel's Spider-Man 2 has been delayed until "early 2024" due to the need for further testing.
The delay was announced via Insomniac's official X account, which stated that the company was "working vigilantly" on the update and its features, but that due to "more testing," it would now arrive in early 2024, with a full list of the new additions available closer to release.
The update will include audio descriptions and a New Game+ mode that will allow players to replay the game with currently unknown differences. The studio also stated in the statement that it will use the extra time to add fan-requested features such as the "ability to change the time of day, swap tendril colors, and replay missions," with more to come.
While Insomniac works on the update, it must also deal with its recent cyberattack, in which hackers claim to have stolen personal and development data from the studio and its employees and are now auctioning it off for millions of dollars. Sony has since responded to the situation, stating that it is investigating, but some documents have already leaked some of its unannounced projects.
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