It would appear that the process of developing Marvel’s Wolverine is proceeding more smoothly than was anticipated. This is the case despite the fact that Insomniac Games is currently putting more of its focus on developing Spider-Man 2, but the most recent period witnessed the excitement of the start of the action captures, and it was recently announced that a writer for the story of Spec Ops: The Line will be serving as Storytelling Director for the upcoming title.
The development studio has recently promoted several of its members, including Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart animator Lindsay Thompson being promoted to lead animators on Spider-Man 2 alongside James Ham, and Miles Morales’ lead writer Mary Kenney being promoted to lead writ.
It is noteworthy that players discovered Walt Williams’ participation in the project in October of last year, and this is the first time that the writer has publicly acknowledged the validity of this information. It is also noteworthy that players discovered Walt Williams’ participation in the project.
Spec Ops The Line writer appointed as Wolverine storytelling director
I’m too old and tired to figure out how to do a bio change video, but this happened today so that’s fun. pic.twitter.com/9ydrZoXm6Y
— Walt Williams (@waltdwilliams) May 19, 2022
It was stated that Wolverine, it seems, will be aimed at adults other than Spider-Man, where a question was asked to the creative director of the game Brian Horton about the direction of the game, Brian confirmed that it will be more mature and mature than their previous games, and this may mean that it will be aimed at adults this time in the way that it is written and events as well as The deadliest scenes during the fight, and perhaps the team aims to get an adult rating, which would be appropriate given