A playable PC build of Marvel’s Wolverine has leaked online. The PC build represents an unfinished version of the game. Other game developers have come out in support of Insomniac after the cyberattack.

A playable PC build of Marvel’s Wolverine has been leaked online, not too long after the massive data breach that revealed much about the upcoming superhero title. Insomniac, the acclaimed developer behind hit titles like Marvel’s Spider-Man and Ratchet and Clank, was recently the victim of a huge ransomware attack that resulted in a large amount of data being leaked online this week. Included in this data was Insomniac’s slate of projects for the next several years, including Marvel-based games like Marvel’s Wolverine and a planned X-Men game.

The majority of this week’s Insomniac leaks were centered around Marvel’s Wolverine, which was announced in the fall of 2021 alongside this year’s Spider-Man 2. Early alpha build footage of Logan in action was shown, in addition to details about Wolverine’s cast of characters and the actors playing them. While Insomniac itself has yet to make an official statement regarding these leaks, fans are being advised to practice caution due to the potential spoilers they contain.


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To make matters worse, a playable alpha build of Marvel’s Wolverine is now being circulated online, as reported by GamesRadar. Without getting into the exact details of this new leak, the build in question can be played on PC and contains certain vertical slices the developer is using the test out Wolverine’s leaked gameplay mechanics alongside potential story spoilers. It’s worth pointing out that while this leaked alpha build is PC-based, it isn’t an indication that Marvel’s Wolverine will be ported to PC after its PS5-exclusive launch like Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered and Spider-Man: Miles Morales before it.

Ever since the massive Insomniac data breach earlier this week, other game developers have responding by voicing their displeasure with the cyberattack. Remedy Entertainment, the studio behind this year’s award-winning Alan Wake 2, decried the hack as “disgraceful and shameful” while expressing sympathy for Insomniac’s staff. Other respected industry figures like Naughty Dog’s Neil Druckmann and God of War game directorCory Barlog have also lent their support to Insomniac over social media.

Sadly, it appears that the unfortunate saga of Insomniac’s recent ransomware attack is only continuing, with a fully-playable PC build of Marvel’s Wolverine being leaked to the public alongside crucial cast and plot details. Just like the leaked alpha footage before it, this build only represents Marvel’s Wolverine in its current, unfinished state, but players are being advised to avoid it either to dodge spoilers or out of respect for a studio that has created many hit video games over the past few decades.

 A playable PC alpha build of Marvel’s Wolverine is being leaked online, not too long after the massive ransomware attack against developer Insomniac.  Read More