Marvel’s Wolverine is currently a project that we hardly know anything about, but the idea of having a new game about the most popular mutant, by the team behind Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, is something to look forward to. Insomniac Games is going to be far too busy promoting Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 in the next few months, which means that information about this Marvel’s Wolverine might not arrive this year, but Jeff Grubb has something to make everyone excited.
Kratos and Wolverine will have something in common
The Venture Beat reporter has quite a bit of credibility these days, and he only drops information when he’s fairly sure of his source, so we’ll give him some credit here, even if everything is to be taken with a grain of salt.
In the latest edition of Game Mess Morning ( covered by Resetera), Grubb tackles the subject of Marvel’s Wolverine by stating that the game would not adopt an open-world structure like Marvel’s Spider-Man, but should opt for a more linear, semi-open-world approach, which the journalist compares to God of War Ragnarok (although the journalist is mostly guessing here, more than relying on any solid information).
Grubb also says that the game should take place before Logan joins the X-Men. He also indicates that this title could receive the highest rating, in other words, expect violence and blood. As for the release, nothing is set in stone yet, but Grubb says the team is aiming for a fall 2024 release, but that could easily move to 2025 depending on development requirements.
This information has yet to be confirmed, but the studio will not be ready to communicate on the game any time soon.