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On Tuesday, actor Nadji Jeter published a photograph of him donning motion capture gear for an unspecified project. Soon after, he deleted the post entirely once fans began speculating it could be for a full sequel to Insomniac’s Spider-Man.
It’s possible that the motion capture could be for an unrelated project. However, Jeter hasn’t motion-captured any other video game outside of Marvel’s Spider-Man, since appearing in the original The Last of Us as character Sam in 2013.
You can see the full Instagram post archived below, via Twitter:
A new Spider-Man project would not be a surprise, considering the commercial success of the original game and PS5 spin-off Miles Morales.
The huge success of the title contributed to Sony Interactive Entertainment acquiring California-based Insomniac Games, the developer also known for Resistance and Ratchet and Clank.
As of December 31, 2020, spin-off game Miles Morales had sold around 4 million units across PS4 and PS5, according to Sony.
“The threads from the first game still exist, but we’re really focusing on Miles’ chapter and how he is going to become Spider-Man,” he told the magazine.