It appears that a well-known actor who will be in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 may have just revealed the sequel’s release month for the PlayStation 5. Presently, Spider-Man 2’s sole fall 2023 release date has been confirmed by PlayStation and its creator, Insomniac Games. Also, it seems that further details about the title would be revealed soon. But, let’s take a look at the Twitter post.

Looks like September! Massive publicity coming in august. Commercials start dropping in august so I’m told. Hold on to your … and hold breath! Gonna be necessary

— Tony Todd (@TonyTodd54) March 21, 2023

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 release month might be revealed

Tony Todd, who will play Venom in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, just tweeted that the PS5 game is on schedule to debut in September 2023. According to Todd, the marketing campaign for Spider-Man 2 will ramp up in August, and the game itself will be released the following month. Todd didn’t provide any other information on this scenario. But this is the most conclusive information we have received about the project from anyone associated with it. “Looks like September!” Todd responded to a fan who expressed enthusiasm for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. “Massive publicity coming in August. Commercials start dropping in August so I’m told. Hold on to your… and hold [your] breath! Gonna be necessary.”

It makes sense that PlayStation and Insomniac Games would start disclosing additional information very soon if this release month for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is accurate. As of right now, the only Spider-Man 2 footage we have seen is the game’s teaser video, which debuted back in 2021. Fans have becoming impatient as absolutely no new footage has been released since that time. Whether or not September 2023 ends up being the game’s official release date is still to be determined. But if it does, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will face battle against Xbox’s Starfield, which is also scheduled to arrive in this month. Besides Tony Todd revealing Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 release month, we have more articles.

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