Spider-Man 2 is finally happening, the sequel we all knew was coming. Revealed last night at the PlayStation Showcase, we got a look at Peter Parker and Miles Morales working side-by-side, ending with a brief look at the upcoming game's big villain, Venom.
Since that announcement, Insomniac Games have clarified a few details through a PlayStation Blog post, revealing a little on what we can expect. We've only had three confirmed characters so far and of you're curious to know who'll be voicing our upcoming cast, here's everything you need to know:
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Peter Parker - Yuri Lowenthal
Much like before, Yuri Lowenthal's back voicing Peter Parker, as confirmed by Insomniac's PlayStation Blog. We don't know who'll be performing performance capture for Peter just yet, but given how John Bubniac was replaced with Ben Jordan for Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered, we'd expect Jordan to return once more.
We’re also delighted to welcome back Yuri Lowenthal and Nadji Jeter, who will reprise their roles as Peter and Miles respectively. We’ve been fortunate to work with so many incredibly talented actors in our Spider-Man games, and Tony has been such a wonderful addition to the cast.
Miles Morales - Nadji Jeter
Having been caught performing motion capture recently for the role, Nadji Jeter's also been confirmed to return within Insomniac's PlayStation Blog. Following his starring role in Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Miles is now properly teaming up with Peter Parker.
Venom - Tony Todd
Marking Spider-Man 2's first new character, the teaser trailer revealed Venom's play a major role in the upcoming sequel. Within the PlayStation Blog, Insomniac shortly confirmed that Tony Todd, best known for his work in Candyman, is voicing him. You can find the full statement below:
And speaking of villains, did you catch that final line at the end of the trailer? We’re so happy to announce that Tony Todd (of Candyman fame) will be voicing the symbiote-fueled Venom in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.
We'll continue updating this as we learn more.