Logan fans have been clamoring for a new video game featuring the iconic mutant for many years, and back in 2021, we got the news that Insomniac (the studio behind the acclaimed Spider-Man games) was in the process of developing Marvel's Wolverine.
Aside from a brief announcement teaser and a few rumors, solid updates have been few and far between, but we finally have some exciting new details to share courtesy of Giant Bomb's Jeff Grubb.
In the latest episode of Game Mess Mornings, Grubb said he'd heard that Marvel's Wolverine could hit shelves as soon as Fall 2024, but acknowledged that there's a pretty good chance the game will ultimately be pushed back to 2025.
Insomniac are releasing Marvel's Spider-Man 2 this year, so we'd say Wolverine being ready by 2024 might be wishful thinking, but we'll keep our claws crossed!
Grubb also confirmed that the game will have a "hard" M-rating, and while it "probably won't be full open-world" like the Spider-Man games, it will most likely have "open sections of a world similar to other, major Sony games."
He doesn't give any examples, but the most recent God of War games spring to mind.
There have been Wolverine-centric games in the past (some of 'em not half bad), but this will mark the first time the character has headlined his own title in many years, so there's a lot of excitement to see what Insomniac have in store.
Marvel's Wolverine will most likely be released as a PlayStation 5 exclusive, but that's yet to be confirmed. Hopefully, we'll have some more official updates to share soon.