Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions will be developed by Beenox Studios, include two new villains, and take place in a universe that hasn't been in a Spider-Man video game before.
At WonderCon in San Francisco next week, Activision will reveal information about Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions at a panel, according to the convention's website.
The game, which hasn't been officially confirmed for Wii or DS, will be developed by Beenox Studios, who worked on Guitar Hero: Smash Hits and the Wii version of Quantum of Solace. The universe in the game will be new to the world of video games, and there will be two new villains that will be unveiled at the panel.
Marvel comic book writer Dan Slott will be penning the story, and Christopher Daniel Barnes, the voice of Spider-Man in the mid-1990s cartoon show, will voice the main character. The two will be appearing at the panel along with Beenox's Creative Director Thomas Wilson, and Activision Senior Producer Meghan Morgan.
See below for the full panel details.
"3:30-4:30 Activision Unveils the New Marvel Game: Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions— Be the first to hear about Activision’s all-new Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions video game from the perspective of acclaimed Marvel writer Dan Slott (The Mighty Avengers, Amazing Spider-Man, and She-Hulk comic book series), actor Christopher Daniel Barnes (voice of Spider-Man TV series, 1994-1998; Greg Brady in The Brady Bunch Movie, 1995; voice of Eric in The Little Mermaid, 1989), developer Beenox’s Creative Director Thomas Wilson, and Activision Senior Producer Meghan Morgan. See exclusive screenshots and videos of the new game and prepare to be surprised with the unique, unexpected worlds Spider-Man will adventure through in Activision’s latest foray. Get a side-by-side look at the collaboration of old versus new, dive deep into an exciting new universe never before seen in Spider-Man video games, and discover two new villains in the upcoming game exclusively at the panel! Plus, panel attendees will get a chance to receive a limited edition poster signed by comic book legend, Stan Lee."