Yuri Lowenthal, the voice and motion capture actor for Peter Parker in Insomniac Games' Marvel's Spider-Man franchise, has voiced his desire to continue playing the superhero "forever."
Lowenthal stated on ComicBook's Phase Zero podcast that he is grateful for the opportunity to play Peter Parker in the first place.
"I'll be honest, I'm just excited that at my age they still let me play Spider-Man, or [that] they ever let me play Spider-Man in the first place," the actor, 52, added.
"I'll do it to my dying breath if they'll let me because I love it so much, and I love working with [Insomniac Games] so much and I love what they do.
"I enjoy being Spider-Man. "It's the best," he continued. "I'll do it forever if they ask, but I also understand if they say, 'You know what,
we're going to have to switch gears,' and I say, 'You know what? 'I had a good run.' Not everyone can say they do what I do.
So I'm content for the time being. Even if it ended tonight, I'd be like, 'I did that.' But I also hope it goes on forever."
The next installment in Insomniac Games' web-slinging series, Marvel's Spider-Man 2, will, of course, swing exclusively onto PS5 on October 20.
It was confirmed earlier this month that the sequel will have a comparable runtime to the previous game,
which took most players roughly 17 hours to complete if they focused entirely on the main story, according to data from HowLongToBeat.
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