In the space of just a few years, Sony has managed to make its PlayStation consoles the destination for titles based on Marvel properties. Sure, Marvel's Avengers and the upcoming Marvel's Midnight Suns and Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy are all multi-platform, but if you want to play everything the company currently has in the works, PS5 and PS4 systems have to be at the top of your list. That's thanks to Insomniac Games, a developer that doesn't seem to pause for a rest after putting out Marvel's Spider-Man, Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and is now developing a full sequel alongside Marvel's Wolverine.
That last title is perhaps the most interesting one because it suggests Marvel is happy to let the team work on other superheroes. However, despite its impressive output these past couple of years, Insomniac Games can only do so much. That is, of course, where other Sony first-party studios can come into play. After reaching such a high bar of quality and selling exceedingly well with Spider-Man, would you want other teams part of PlayStation Studios to have the chance to develop their own Marvel games? An Iron Man game from Sucker Punch Productions, perhaps? Or a new take on the Punisher from Naughty Dog, maybe? Black Panther from Guerrilla Games?
Are you all in on Marvel and want to see as many characters as possible receive their own game, or do you hope Sony pumps the brakes once the already confirmed projects have been released? There is the argument that working on pre-existing IPs stifles creativity somewhat as the team has to work within the realms of what's possible in the character's own universe. Then there's the fact we already know lots of these faces so well.
What say you, then? Do you hope that one day in the future Sony allows other first-party studios to work with Marvel properties and develop their own takes, or should Insomniac Games be left to do its thing while everyone else makes new IPs and sequels to their own franchises? Place your votes in our polls and share your thoughts in the comments below.