Spider-Man Modder Adds First-Person Mode - Wolverine

A prominent Spider-Man modder has created an experimental first-person mode for the game, showing web-swinging from a slightly nauseating perspective. 

When the player performs tricks and flips in the air, the fixed perspective means his body will flash up in front of the camera instead of reacting more naturally.

For better or worse, jedijosh920 delivered an accurate version where the camera moves exactly with Spider-Man’s eyeline. Spider-Man climbs up walls, dives from skyscrapers, and flips and twists in the air in the next video they released.

As expected, the result is pretty impressive, recreating exactly what it would look like to be a superhero swinging around New York. It’s also a tough watch for those who get motion sickness easily, so take precautions.

As well as Stan Lee, Mary Jane, Vulture, and Kingpin, other characters have been added to the PC version of Spider-Man.

In addition to modding, Sony’s decision to put Spider-Man on PC has already revealed what appears to be a scrapped multiplayer mode and plans for a PlayStation PC games launcher.

In the past, Sony games have received similarly wacky mods after being ported to PC. Kratos, the protagonist of God of War, has been compared to Halo’s Master Chief, and a Simpsons Hit and Run mod has been made.