Spider-Man is not only the fastest-selling Spider-Man game ever, it is now the fastest-selling Marvel-branded video game ever. This may be selfish, but I'm ready to propose to my girlfriend and want to do it in a big way.
It probably comes as no surprise to anyone that Spider-man is selling like hotcakes.
As adorable and flawless as this all sounds, things didn't go as planned for Schultz and his girlfriend.
Insomniac followed through, and you could see Schultz's message on a marquee for fans to quietly discover. According to Polygon, who were able to grab the video before Schultz deleted it, things ended with Madison in quite the dramatic way. Art Director Jacinda Chew is taking suggestions on what her team should change the text to.
Sadly, it seems the proposal did not quite go to plan, though.
Marvel's Spider-Man is here, the critics (WhatCulture included) all love it, and it's likely that fans are already blitzing through the story. While Schultz's confidence that the marriage proposal easter egg from Insomniac Games' would no doubt win his lady's heart, it turned out that nothing could be further from the truth. Like Arkham before it, Insomniac's new Spider-Man is set to launch a franchise of its own, and while we can't expect DLC to tie up any of these loose threads right away, expect an announcement for a sequel next year.