During the video he said: "there's even more on the horizon for 2017 like Spider-Man coming to PlayStation 4 and Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite coming to Xbox One, PS4, and PC".
We also know the game will feature its own original story, unrelated to the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming movie.
During a recent livestream (seen above), Marvel's Media Group Vice President Ryan Penagos mentioned that many great Marvel games were coming down the pipeline for 2017, including Spider-Man. But Penagos sounds pretty confident, and this is the closest thing we've gotten to a launch window since Spider-Man's announcement at E3 2016.
It looks like Marvel's doing everything that it can to make sure that Spider-Man: Homecoming stays true to its Comicbook roots.
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In the second, it was not about losing concentration, it's about not being lucky at the beginning of the second set. As for Federer, he needed three tiebreaks to advance past Kyrgios.
No specific release date has been officially announced, nor even a release window, but it looks like the highly anticipated game will be arriving before the year's out.
In an interview with Polygon a year ago, Marvel's vice president of games Jay Ong said that tie-ins don't work anymore when studios are trying to create well-developed games.
"Things like [games] you can not under-resource", Ong said to Polygon. I think that's something we all think would be fun and it's definitely a card i would love to see played, if not sooner than later. "You can't not give the development time.to do justice to the game". With E3 just a few months away, expect to hear more about it around the convention, which runs from June 13-15.