We’re just a little over a month away from being able to swing around New York as the amazing, spectacular, friendly neighborhood Spider-Man on PS4 (opens in new tab), and Marvel isn’t going to let us forget that any time soon. Despite releasing a new trailer and showing off extensive gameplay at E3 2018 just last month, Marvel and Insomniac have released a new trailer for Spider-Man PS4 at San Diego Comic-Con 2018.
As you might expect, it looks pretty dang good. What you might not expect are some surprise villain appearances, plus Peter Parker teaming up with… well, I don’t want to spoil it. Have a look for yourself below:
After revealing this newest story trailer, Marvel, Sony, and Insomniac had another surprise up their collective sleeves: a new suit for Parker to wear, designed by Adi Granov – a comic and film artist who, among other things, did concept work for the first Avengers (opens in new tab) movie. It’s called the Velocity Suit, and you can see it in action here:
Those who pre-order the game will get instant access to the Velocity Suit, as well as the Spider-Punk and Iron Spider (Infinity War (opens in new tab) version) suits, though anyone will be able to unlock them in-game regardless of whether they plunk down money early or not.
Last but certainly not least, Marvel announced a Spider-Man PS4 Pro bundle, which will launch alongside the game on September 7. It’ll only be available in the US and Canada (sorry UK fans) and will cost $399.99 USD. Pre-orders are live now.
According to the PlayStation Blog (opens in new tab), Spider-Man on PS4 Pro can achieve “2160p dynamic 4K resolution … through temporal injection” which… dang if that doesn’t sound fancy. But really, the main draw here is owning a PS4 Pro console with the Spider-Man symbol boldly emblazoned on the top, plus an equally vivid red-and-white DualShock 4 to go with it.
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