‘The Amazing Spider Man 2’ 3DS Version to be Developed by High Voltage Studio

By   /   Mar 24, 2014

New information has surfaced on the Amazing Spider Man 2 3DS page on Nintendo’s official website which indicates that the 3DS version of the game will be developed by U.S. based High Voltage Software and not the Beenox Studio as everyone was expecting previously.

The studio is very well recognized for their work on Wii shooter The Conduit and The Conduit 2. Recently, the studio has been working on the contractual bases with the games like Ben 10 Omniverse 2 and the PC and PS4 versions of the Injustice: Gods Among Us.

So far it is confirmed that the game will take nothing from the upcoming movie and will have its own unique storyline and play-style that will suit both the players and the Spiderman himself.

However, villains from the movie and some new ones will be making an appearance in the game as Spiderman tries to free New York City from the biggest threat yet. Like the previous title, the game will be completely open world and you will be able to free roam around the Manhattan area.

It must be good news for the fans of the franchise as one of great developers are now working on the game. We just hope that the game stays true to the roots of the comics and delivers a great gaming experience.

Amazing Spider Man 2 launches on 3DS on 29th of April in North America and May 2nd in Europe.

Do you think High Voltage Software is capable of making a great Spider Man adventure? Let us know in your comments!