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Here Are Potential Characters That May Be Used In PlayStation Marvel Games Universe

Here are all the potential characters that Sony Interactive Entertainment can use as part of its PlayStation Marvel Games Universe.

Recently, developer Insomniac Games was hit by a ransomware attack, after which over 1 Terabyte of data was stolen by hackers, including the studio’s future roadmap, test footage, concept art, and confidential documents. Among the leaked files is an alleged list of characters that Sony Interactive Entertainment can use as part of its PlayStation Marvel Games Universe.

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List of Marvel Characters Sony Can Use In Spider-Man Games

The alleged list of Marvel characters that Sony Interactive Entertainment can use in the Spider-Man games can be seen below. According to the leaked document, the two companies entered a publishing agreement related to games based on the Spider-Man IP on August 13, 2015.

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List of Marvel Characters Sony Can Use In X-Men Games

The alleged list of Marvel characters that Sony Interactive Entertainment can use in the Spider-Man games can be seen below. According to the leaked document, the two companies entered a publishing agreement related to games based on the X-Men family on July 26, 2021.

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For those wondering why Deadpool isn’t on the above list, it’s likely that Marvel treats the character as a separate entity. The list appears to cover characters, locations, and entities that are related to mutants, both within and outside the context of X-Men.

Previously, it was reported that ISPs had sent DMCA notices to users for downloading a fully playable developmental build of Marvel’s Wolverine, which was leaked as a consequence of developer Insomniac Games being hit by a ransomware attack. It’s likely that the developmental build of Marvel’s Wolverine sent data, including user IP information, to Insomniac Games’ server, allowing the developer to track whosoever was running the leaked prototype. This appears to be how Sony has tracked all those who have downloaded and played the prototype, and contacted their Internet Service Providers to send out a DMCA notice to said users.

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