Marvel's Spider-Man 2 has plenty of easter eggs, though one in specific stood apart for fans. A plaque discussing the Nelson and Murdock law office was discovered in the very first installation someplace in Hell's Kitchen; in this follow up, the plaque is still there, however the Nelson and Murdock text is gone, meaning a possible moving of their workplace.
When inquired about that in the current episode of IGN's Beyond podcast, Marvel's Spider-Man 2 Senior Creative Director Bryan Intihar stated:
That's a great concern. Stay tuned. Great discover, though!
This isn't the only referral in the video game to Nelson and Murdock. At the end of the Sandman objectives, Miles Morales points out that Peter's legal representative buddies may assist Sandman's child with visitation rights to meet her dad in jail. While not pointed out by name, it appears to be a quite clear nod to the vibrant duo of lawyers.
All of this was sufficient to get fans hypothesizing about Daredevil making a look. Naturally, what sort of look is anybody's guess at this point. It might be something as little as a cameo of Matt Murdock as an attorney (similar to in 2021's Spider-Man: No Way Home motion picture), or we might get to see the Devil of Hell's Kitchen himself as a partner of Spider-Man in a DLC or spin-off video game.
Insomniac definitely left the door large open to the possibility of crafting a broader Marvel universe. Simply 2 days back, Marvel's Spider-Man 2 Senior Creative Director Bryan Intihar validated to Kinda Funny that the upcoming Wolverine video game is embeded in the very same universe (Earth-1048), opening to cross-overs. On launch day, Senior Narrative Director Jon Paquette stated the studio would listen to fans' feedback for a prospective Venom spin-off.
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 had a fantastic important and business reception. It made 8.5/ 10 in Wccftech's evaluation and ended up being the fastest-selling PlayStation Studios video game ever with over 2.5 million systems offered in the very first 24 hr (though the figure consists of console packages).