Recently, a prototype test version with actual gameplay footage of a Marvel popular hero, “Daredevil,” game that has been canceled for nearly 20 years has surfaced online.
This game was known as “Daredevil: Man Without Fear” and was initially conceived in 2004 but was never fully released. However, the prototype of the game has now been anonymously shared online by a former developer.
On Hidden Place, an anonymous sharing website, this developer has posted actual gameplay and some screenshots of the game. According to the description, the game was being developed for PC, PS2, and Xbox at the time and was a “third-person brawler.”
Previously, reports indicated that the game, developed by 5000ft, was canceled not only due to conflicts between Sony and Marvel but also because several studio employees were reportedly using illicit substances while on the job. It was said that one employee showed up to an afternoon meeting “drooling” after using substances during lunchtime.
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