Spider-Man for PS4 will be bigger than Sunset Overdrive, Game not graphically downgraded

The expectation for Spider-Man on PlayStation 4 is high and fans want to be aware of everything Insomniac Games and Sony Interactive Entertainment are continuously reporting on the next title, which has been presented as one of the strong cards to support PlayStation 4 Pro. Recently, the official Twitter account of Insomniac Games offered information on its next title.


In a series of questions and answers on the official Twitter account of Insomniac Games, some fans questioned the company around what they consider a downgraded graphic regarding the content of Spider-Man presented in E3 2017, where, according to the users, there is the difference in the quality that was shown in the previous year.

In that sense, Insomniac responded briefly and assured that the graphics were not downgraded.

At the same time, some fans wanted to know the size of the New York City in Spider-Man for PS4 and as a base they took the size of the world in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – one of the greatest references of the open world title today – to which Insomniac replied that there was no comparison between the worlds of both games and chose to take the Sunset City of Sunset Overdrive as a reference, ensuring that what we see in Spider-Man is much bigger than seen in the game of 2014.

Spider-Man has no definite release date, however, it is expected to arrive in 2018 on PlayStation 4.