The notable Spider-Man modder has been working on an experimental first-person mode for the game, showing off web swings from a (slightly nauseating) perspective.
YouTube user jedijosh920 The mod’s first released gameplay with a fixed camera perspective. That means the first-person view remains stable even as Spider-Man swings around New York.
This version is probably more comfortable to use, but there are some caveats. When the player performs a trick or flip in the air, his body flashes up in front of the camera instead of reacting more naturally due to the fixed perspective.
Spider-Man First Person Mod…Does Spider-Man 2 need a Spider-Man FPS mod? pic.twitter.com/9BJqzmyEtX
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Fans therefore asked for a completely accurate version where the camera moves exactly with Spider-Man’s eyelines, and for better or worse the jedijosh920 was offered. The next video they released It shows every movement of Spider-Man’s head as he scales walls, jumps off skyscrapers, flips and twists in mid-air.
The results are pretty impressive, and (presumably) accurately recreate what looks like a New York-wielding superhero. Please be careful.
It’s not the only mod added to the PC version of Spider-Man. Other characters such as Stan He Lee, Merry He Jane, Vulture, and Kingpin are all playable protagonists.
The modding was just one of the inevitable consequences of Sony putting Spider-Man on PC, and an exhaustive search of the files has already revealed what appears to be a discarded multiplayer mode, PlayStation Plans for a PC game launcher have been revealed.
Other Sony games received similarly wacky mods after being brought to PC. For example, God of War’s main character, Kratos, played against Halo’s master his chief, and someone created the Simpsons hit-and-run mod.
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