SPIDER-MAN: Marvel Was Initially Unhappy About A Certain Death In The PS4 Game - SPOILERS

SPIDER-MAN: Marvel Was Initially Unhappy About A Certain Death In The PS4 Game - SPOILERS

SPIDER-MAN: Marvel Was Initially Unhappy About A Certain Death In The PS4 Game - <font color=red>SPOILERS</font>

Spider-Man features arguably one of the greatest stories ever told for the wall-crawler but it's now been revealed that Marvel pushed back when it came to one character death. Find out more after the jump!

Marvel's Spider-Man pays homage to the comic books in a lot of ways but also takes some huge liberties with the source material. 

That's not a bad thing, of course, especially as the story is so strong and takes us to a lot of unexpected places. However, if you haven't finished the game, we advise you to stop reading this article! 

Still here? Well, as you'll recall, the game ends with Doctor Octopus unleashing Devil's Breath on New York and Peter Parker is faced with a choice: save his Aunt May or the rest of the city. May then reveals that she's known all about him being Spider-Man and tells him to do the right thing before dying. 

Now, Spider-Man voice actor Yuri Lowenthal has revealed that Marvel Comics initially told Insomniac that they couldn't kill Peter's Aunt and it was only after development had continued for a while that the decision was made that, yes, they could move forward with this ending. 

It's interesting that Marvel was initially against this but May is such a huge part of Spider-Man canon, they were clearly reluctant about changing things too much (despite the fact the character is currently battling cancer in the comics). Do you think this was the right ending for Spider-Man?

As always, be sure to let us know your thoughts on that in the comments section below. 
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