3 Minutes of Spider-Man on Unreal Engine 5 Mod Gameplay

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We’ve seen Superman take his turn at flying around the Matrix Awakens Unreal Engine 5 Experience, so now it’s time for Spidey to get his chance to swing around the city. While the city itself looks photo-realistic of course, Spider-Man himself could use some work. The gameplay itself is a far cry from how smooth Spider-Man feels to control in the Insomniac games, but it’s still a glimpse at what a web-slinging game could look like in Unreal Engine 5.

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