While Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is eagerly awaited by fans, an actor gives news of the game. And depending on your point of view, it is not necessarily good.
Since its announcement, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 has been very discreet. Expected like the messiah by fans at each State of Play or major industry event, the PS5 exclusive is slow to show up. Still, the game would still be well planned for next year. While official news is pending, one of the key character actors indicates that there could be a big change for this sequel.
A different key character in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2?
While Yuri Lowenthal and Nadji Jeter should resume their roles of Peter Parker and Miles Morales respectively, one of the cast members will obviously no longer be in the game. In a since-deleted tweet, the actor who voiced Harry Osborn in the first game confirmed he won’t be back in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, much to his regret. According to him, Insomniac Games would have decided to opt for a more realistic approach by wanting actors whose voice sticks more to the age of the character.
“ I’m disappointed, but I understand that. It will be an amazing game “all the same relativized Scott Porter in his tweet. It is therefore very likely that the developers will make big changes for Harry Osborn, which let’s be honest would make sense given the end of the first episode. The character may even be entitled to the same treatment as Peter Parker when the remaster is released in 2020, with an all-new, more realistic face. In any case, it wouldn’t be surprising since Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will be exclusive to the PS5 and Insomniac seems to want to go big for this sequel.
However, we will have to wait for a potential appearance at the Game Awards or a possible PlayStation Showcase in order to discover some gameplay and find out to what extent Harry Osborn will be back, even if we suspect that it will be in the form of flashbacks. As a reminder, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is still scheduled for 2023, at an undetermined date.