Fans Threaten to Boycott Sony, PS4 More than Spider-Man Leaving MCU, Start off Petitions


The bombshell news that Marvel Studios may possibly not create any a lot more Spider-Man films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has left quite a few fans angry at Sony for not agreeing to new terms – so angry that many are claiming they will boycott future Sony films and even Sony’s PlayStation four more than the ordeal. Some petitions to preserve Spider-Man in the MCU are also beginning to obtain consideration.Across the net, #BoycottSony is gaining traction as fans desperately voice their hope that Spider-Man will stay in the MCU.

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Numerous look to be complaining as a way to preserve Spider-Man in the MCU (for the record, the organizations are nonetheless in negotiations so there is some hope left), but other folks seem to be absolutely significant about the boycott.

Some fans are going beyond just saying they will be boycotting Sony Photographs, claiming they will boycott Sony’s PS4 as nicely.

It really is worth noting that as of Monday, Marvel’s Spider-Man

developer Insomniac Games is officially a Sony first-party studio, meaning the next Spider-Man game will undoubtedly be a PlayStation exclusive, regardless of this MCU deal.

On the other end of the spectrum, many fans have noted that while they may be down to boycott Sony films, boycotting their PS4 is off the table.

Beyond the trending boycotts, petitions are popping up attempting to preserve Spider-Man in the MCU. A couple from are receiving some consideration, with Retain SPIDER-MAN IN THE MCU and Retain Spider-Man with Disney and the MCU each gaining ground.

For a lot more Spider-Man MCU information, verify out our explanation of the Sony Spider-Man MCU deal, and study about how Marvel’s Kevin Feige secretly worked on Venom.

Spider-Man PS4 Photo Mode Screenshots

How do you really feel about Spider-Man potentially leaving the MCU? Is your PS4 as well significant to boycott? Let us know in the comments beneath!!!

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Colin Stevens is IGN’s Video Game Social Coordinator. Comply with him on Twitter.


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