Insomniac Games Hacker Leaks Future Projects And Footage; Full Timeline Revealed

The studio has suffered a colossal leak.

Story Highlights

  • A ransomware group recently hacked Insomniac Games, which has now leaked the studio’s future projects.
  • Many of the devs’ details about games have surfaced, including Insomniac’s whole timeline for the next decade.
  • The leaks amount to millions of files and reach over a terabyte in size. The studio has not yet issued a statement.

Insomniac Games was hit with one of the biggest ransomware attacks that the gaming industry has ever seen. The attack last week has shaken the studio as many of its in-dev and planned games have spilled out to the public. As a result, the future games timeline of the studio is now available for anyone to see on several forums, giving a detailed look into what to expect from the team behind Marvel’s Spider-Man and Rachet and Clank.

The subreddit r/insomniacleaks was created to bring most of the details together. It is full of confidential details related to upcoming projects. Marvel’s Wolverine has been the most severely affected entry, having its in-dev footage surfacing online. Many videos have come out showing certain animations, traversal, and more. The game’s cast, a list of locations, the plot, a playable PC build, and the sort were also included.

Note: We suggest everyone be aware of the risks while reading the rest of the article due to major potential spoilers relating to the upcoming games.

Marvel’s Wolverine is expected to come out in the second quarter of 2026, as per the roadmap. The other notable Insomniac Games title to leak is Marvel’s Venom, which is supposedly releasing in the second quarter of 2024. The other entries include Marvel’s Spider-Man 3 in 2028, a new Ratchet and Clank in 2029, Marvel’s X-Men in 2030, and a whole new IP in 2031/2032. 

Another roadmap also showcases multiple X-Men titles and a new IP for 2035. The third slide unveils Insomniac Games’ plans to launch multiplayer games over the years. However, these specific slides appear to be outdated due to contradictions. The X-Men games were also mentioned to arrive on both PlayStation consoles and PC. We can expect the PC launch to come later down the road. 

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It is worth noting that every leaked detail is subject to change in the future. Some of the plans could be out-of-date by the time the games come out. So, we suggest taking it with a grain of salt.

Insomniac Games was hacked a week ago by Rhysida, a ransomware group seeking over 50 bitcoins —which amount to nearly 2.09 million USD. The millions of leaked files also contain financial details of upcoming projects, sensitive employee info, and more, leading to great repercussions for the studio. Insomniac Games has yet to comment on the gargantuan leak.

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