Marvel’s Venom To Follow Miles Morales’ Pricing Model, Spider-Man 3 Prototypes Discovered In Leak
Insomniac Games’ next title, Marvel’s Venom, is set to follow Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ pricing model, based on the latest leak.
Among the recent spell of leaks involving Insomniac Games’ future titles is 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.
Marvel’s Venom Pricing Model Revealed
Based on the leaked information, Marvel’s Venom is scheduled for a Holiday 2025 release. As mentioned earlier, the game’s pricing model will be similar to that of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. The presentation slide containing information regarding the project’s financial feasibility can be seen below.
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.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 3 Early Prototypes Leaked
Two early prototypes for Marvel’s Spider-Man 3 have been discovered among the files leaked via the Insomniac Games ransomware attack, as seen in a screenshot of the file hierarchy below. It’s not yet known whether either of the prototype builds are playable.
Additional information extracted from the leaked files reveals that Marvel’s Spider-Man 3 will feature Cindy Moon as a playable character, and the story will have the city get overrun by the Goblin army.
The previous entry in the Marvel’s Spider-Man series, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, revolves around Peter Parker and Miles Morales as they grapple with personal challenges while confronting new threats, such as Kraven the Hunter’s private militia turning New York City into a hunting ground for super-powered individuals and the Venom symbiote, an extraterrestrial entity that negatively influences Parker and jeopardizes his relationships. The gameplay builds upon the established foundation of its predecessors, highlighting the diverse play styles of Peter Parker and Miles Morales as Spider-Men. It enhances their traversal and combat abilities, introducing new web-based gadgets and unlockable suits tied to the story’s progression.