Spider-man 2 PS4 insomniac|What exactly will the sequel include|

Spider-man 2 PS4 insomniac|What exactly will the sequel include|

Can’t wait for insomniac spider-man 2 to come out?

Right at the end of Spider-Man, gamers got a glimpse of Harry Osborn (who is suffering from the same disease that killed his mother) encased in stasis at a secret lab owned by his father Norman.

Two things about this situation stand out: firstly, there seems to be a green sheen over this scene, which arguably implies that Norman could be using a proto-version of the Green Goblin formula to keep his son alive. Secondly, there is black goo everywhere that seems to be a reference to the Venom symbiote.

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Also at the end of Spider-Man‘s core story, Miles Morales revealed to Peter Parker that he’d been bitten by a radioactive spider and gained the powers of Spider-Man. Peter returned the favor, mirroring Miles’ leap to the ceiling to unveil that he’s the original Spidey. This makes it pretty darn clear that, if we do get a sequel to this game, there will be two Spider-Men in it.

The three DLC chapters featured lots of audio interactions between Peter and Miles, with the latter becoming increasingly more keen to get started with his superhero work. Peter set Miles a series of homework tasks, before finally letting his young mentee mask-up and strap on some web-shooters before leaping off a building in the final moments of the Silver Lining DLC, which closed out that trilogy of post-game stories.

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In the months since Spider-Man’s release, the cinematic debut of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has explained to mainstream audiences that there’s nothing wrong with having two or more Spider-Men in the same universe. It’ll be interesting to see, if we do indeed get a sequel to Spider-Man, how it juggles the narrative challenges of having two powerful heroes with many of the same abilities in its narrative. Here’s hoping the writers find a way to keep Miles around without having to kill off Peter!

Comic book heroes that were alluded to but not seen in Spider-Man include the Avengers, Iron Man, Black Panther, Doctor Strange, Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, the Inhumans, Wraith, and Flash Thompson (who becomes a heroic version of Venom in the comics). And, since the game launched, suits inspired by Fantastic Four comics have been added to the game as well. Only time will tell if any of those Easter Eggs were intended to tease a future appearance.


In the months since Spider-Man’s release, the cinematic debut of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has explained to mainstream audiences that there’s nothing wrong with having two or more Spider-Men in the same universe. It’ll be interesting to see, if we do indeed get a sequel to Spider-Man, how it juggles the narrative challenges of having two powerful heroes with many of the same abilities in its narrative. Here’s hoping the writers find a way to keep Miles around without having to kill off Peter!