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Leaked Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Concept Art Reveals Potential DLC Villain

Leaked concept art from Sony Interactive Entertainment and Insomniac Games’ web-swinging adventure, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, has potentially revealed the villain featured in future DLC.

The leak was shared by Reddit user KekanKok, and it presumably comes from the infamous Insomniac Games data theft incident. While the developer has yet to official announce any story DLC for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, we now have a pretty good hint regarding the identity of its featured villain.

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Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 DLC Villain Revealed

The leaked concept art for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 has revealed that the antagonist featured in the game’s unannounced story DLC is none other than The Beetle. The aforementioned concept art can be seen below.

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This isn’t the first we’ve heard of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 DLC featuring Beetle. Previously, game files were allegedly found as part of the Insomniac Games data theft incident included mention of a Beetle DLC. The files contained references to Janice and a list of missions alongside XP Rewards for their completion. In the Spider-Man universe, Janice Lincoln, identified as Tombstone’s daughter, transforms into the supervillain Beetle. Though admiring her father’s criminal pursuits, she was prohibited from involvement. Following a prosperous stint as a defense lawyer, Janice represented Baron Zemo before embracing the role of Beetle.

Besides seemingly working on a story expansion for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, a standalone Marvel’s Venom game also in development at Insomniac Games. Among the recent spell of leaks involving Insomniac Games’ future titles was a presentation slide on the financial feasibility of Marvel’s Venom, and its business and pricing model being similar to that of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Based on the leaked information, Marvel’s Venom is scheduled for a Holiday 2025 release. As was the case with Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, the planned retail price of Marvel’s Venom is $49.99. The game is expected to sell around 7 million units by Holiday 2026, and 10 million lifetime units. It is expected to generate a net revenue of $285.2 million a year after release, and $361.7 million lifetime net revenue.

Muhammad Ali Bari

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