A concept artist has listed potential launch windows for two upcoming Sony Interactive Entertainment games on their ArtStation page.
According to Resetera, concept artist Hung Nguy listed a 2024 release window for Insomniac’s Wolverine and a 2025 launch window for Bend Studio’s next project on ArtStation, which is a website used by artists to showcase their portfolios and network.
However, since coming to light, mention of both Sony projects has been scrubbed from Nguy’s profile, which currently lists Company of Heroes 3, The Quarry, and Sony’s Demon’s Souls remake among his credits.
While it takes place in the same universe as the studio’s Spider-Man games, Wolverine is billed as a standalone title directed by Brian Horton and Cameron Christian, who were the creative leads on Miles Morales.
Giant Bomb previously reported that Sony was targeting either a fall 2024 or a 2025 release window for the game.
Bend said last year that the game would feature multiplayer and “a whole new world” the studio was crafting.
The company also confirmed that it had halved the number of live service games it’s planning to release by March 2026, from 12 to six.