Insomniac messed up Spider-Man’ face

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    Visit for more information on AT&T 5G! Puddlegate 2.0 everyone! Or… Facegate? Whatever. Marvel’s Spider-Man was seen as one of the best PlayStation 4 games by many and with the remastered version coming to PlayStation 5 fans were excited to play it all over again! Until they saw Peter Parker’s new face. Gamers took to social media to denounce this new Spider-Man saying he looked too much like Tom Holland and that the MCU was ruining everything. But what exactly is the reasoning behind this face change? Is Insomniac Games doing more than just a face swap? Find out on today’s edition of Inside Gaming! Listen to our podcast! Or buy our shirt! OR follow us on Twitter! SOURCES – [Playstation Blog] Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered detailed [The Verge] Peter Parker looks like a store-brand Tom Holland in Spider-Man Remastered on PS5 [Twitter] @bryanintihar [Twitter] @EvanFilarca [Twitter] @Smuggy177013 [Twitter] @insomniacgames [Twitter] @JohnBubniak [Marvel] ‘Marvel’s Spider-Man’ For PS4 Has Sold Over 13 Million Units Worldwide [Twitter] @YuriLowenthal [Twitter] @p10dylans [Twitter] @insomniacgames [Twitter] @spiydaman [Twitter] @insomniacgames [Twitter] @suren696 [Twitter] @MrRamtastic

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