A new and very bizarre video has been posted on the PlayStation YouTube channel. ResetEra first spotted the unlisted video, which features Andy Serkis, an actor, congratulating players for winning their Platinum trophy. Problem is, nobody seems to know what Platinum trophy it is.
Serkis directs the Sony movie Venom . The movie’s footage plays in the background while Serkis comments, “Congratulations for earning your Platinum trophy. That’s quite an accomplishment. It’s not clear what Platinum trophy this video refers to. There is no tie-in game. The video has not been officially announced by Sony or Serkis. We are accepting responses on the backs of postcards, as well as in the comments. The video clip is available below. It has not been made public and it remains unlisted.
Venom is set to make an appearance in the upcoming Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 game, apparently having a major role. Featuring both Peter Parker and Miles Morales, the “massive” game will be “a little darker” than the previous two titles with a story that continues on from Marvel’s Spider-Man and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Spider-Man 2 won’t be released until 2023. It’s unlikely that they’d film a congratulatory Platinum Trophy video to promote a movie released two years ago.
The most popular theory among players is that the video has been removed because Sony may include it in a congratulatory email to players who have won the Platinum trophy in their first-party game. This is most likely to be either one or both of the Spider-Man games. Sony has been sending out congratulatory e-mails to those who earn certain Platinum trophies since 2012, with the first being for Killzone 3. The rewards incentive hasn’t always worked smoothly though, with emails once being sent out congratulating players on earning the Platinum trophy for Horizon: Zero Dawn despite them never playing the game. Sony also experienced a problem with players not receiving promotional emails such as these. There is no solution.
For the moment, we will have to wait and watch the Andy Serkis video congratulating players on their game(s). We can’t see it being anything but a reality, given the release of Venom in theaters.
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