Scott Porter, who portrayed Harry Osborn in Marvel’s Spider-Man, has revealed that he received’t be reprising the function for the brand new PS5 sequel.
As EuroGamer studies, the actor’s voice was heard in audio logs however solely hardly ever seen as Osborn within the first recreation, which got here out in 2018. However, that title and its follow-up Miles Morales (2020) appeared to set the character up as Venom in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.
In September, developer Insomniac Games teased Venom a serious antagonist within the upcoming subsequent instalment. But in a since-deleted tweet, Porter confirmed that he received’t be returning.
“While I voiced Harry in the first Spider-Man, I unfortunately will not be in the sequel,” he instructed his followers.
As for the explanation behind his absence this time round, Porter famous Insomniac’s choice to “go photo real [in Spider-Man 2]”, including: “The difference between me and Harry’s ages was too much to overcome I believe.”
He continued: “I was bummed but I get it. Gonna be an incredible game.”
Last month Insomniac mentioned Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 was nonetheless slated for a 2023 launch, assuring that it was making “good progress” with the sport. An actual date is not but recognized.
Anticipation for the sequel is excessive, with each Marvel’s Spider-Man and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales receiving vital and industrial acclaim.
We’ve but to see a lot of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 exterior of its announcement on the 2021 PlayStation showcase. The trailer confirmed Peter Parker and Miles Morales teaming as much as combat crime.