Marvel’s Spider-Man Shows Off New DLC Suits, Including ‘Spider-Verse’
Spider-Man for the PlayStation 4 is currently gearing up for a new entry in it’s The City That Never Sleeps story DLC, but Insomniac Games has also revealed a new batch of thwip-worthy new Spider suits to take for a spin around New York City. Adding to the arsenal of awesome suits, Insomniac Games has showcased a few the game’s incoming inclusions via the PlayStation Blog.
Arriving alongside the Silver Lining DLC on December 21st, three alternate likenesses attributed to the web-head are set to debut, including the cybernetically-enhanced Cyborg Spider-Man and Aaron Aikman Spider-Man featured in the comics. As a surprise addition, the stylishly-represented Peter Parker suit from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is also swinging his way into the game.
As part of the Spidey collaboration, PlayStation is offering gamers the Silver Lining DLC free for those that pre-order Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse on the PlayStation Store. The awarded voucher will include a download code for the DLC as well as a dynamic theme and some spiffy avatars. Pre-orders for the offer begin on December 14th (tomorrow), the same day ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ releases in theaters.
These three Spideys are only the latest in a bevy of awesome alternate costumes that have been introduced, including a bright-colored Manga suit, the rocking Spider-Punk suit, and the Iron Spider suit from Avengers: Infinity War. However, fans have had their eye on other potential costumes that could make their way to the comic book themed Insomniac game, including the old Japanese Spider-Man suit from the 197os. Fingers crossed for that one!
Spider-Man is out now exclusively for PlayStation 4. The Silver Lining DLC launches on December 21st.
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