A Spider-Man 2 Venom rep may have hinted at the news coming tomorrow

Tony Todd, the actor who portrays Venom in Insomniac’s upcoming Spider-Man 2, may have hinted at the news arriving tomorrow.

As spotted on Reddit by an eagle-eyed user, the The actor sent a tweet Today reports that “big creative news” will drop tomorrow.

While that doesn’t necessarily mean news of Spider-Man 2 is in the works (well, that could indicate anything), Todd He later retweeted it Clip from the upcoming sequel. Then the actor I like many tweets Fans are wondering if this “creative news” is actually related to Spider-Man 2.

Of course, this is just speculation at this point but we’re sure Spider-Man fans will find this “news” interesting. Whether we’ll actually hear more about the highly anticipated sequel remains to be seen, but as always, we’ll keep you posted. For now, stay tuned.

Spider-Man 2 was announced during Sony’s PlayStation show last year, and is currently scheduled for a PlayStation 5 release somewhere next year. Insomniac has recently reaffirmed this editorial framework. In the sequel, we’ll see Peter Parker and Miles Morales team up against Venom (voiced and played by Tony Todd). According to Vice President of Marvel Games Bill Rosemann, the game will have a darker tone compared to the 2018 prequel.

“There are multiple enemies,” the CEO said during a podcast last year. “I can tell that the story continues a lot and picks up from Marvel’s Spider-Man and Spider-Man: Miles Morales. It’s the next big chapter. There’s a lot of tasty stuff, a lot of characters that were in the first two games to see here.”

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Roseman added, “Well, yeah. It’s Miles, it’s Peter, it’s Venom, it’s Mysterious Voice. It’s everything you love, but more.”

“And I would say if the first Spider-Man was Star Wars, Spider-Man 2 is kind of our empire.” [Strikes Back]He added. “It’s a little darker.”

Spider-Man 2 is set to release on PlayStation 5 next year.

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