Marvel's Spider-Man The Heist DLC Teaser Trailer Features Black Cat

Marvel's Spider-Man The Heist DLC Teaser Trailer Features Black Cat

Marvel's loveable red and blue crusader is back and swinging around NY in the latest game release, Spider-Man.

The theme is illustrated by Marvel alumni Marko Djurdjevic, and is available for free to all Playstation 4 users over on the game's "Countdown to Launch" page.

Video game and comic book fans have been following the development of Marvel's Spider-Man for months now, and the game is finally closing in on its September 7 release date. Plus, this is a Spider-Man movie and he was one of said heroes.

Fans can pre-order Spider-Man directly from the PlayStation website for £54.99, or alternatively from various online retailers including Game, Argos and Amazon for £49.99.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is now shooting in London.

No other Spider-Man game has made swinging through New York's skyscraper canyons as fun, easy, or spectacular, but much of what we get up to as we explore the city's streets and skyline is a bit too familiar and repetitive. Whatever you choose to do, Marvel's Spider-Man Photo Mode appears to be able to accommodate your creative workflow. This should be just enough time for players to fully explore NY and its secrets.

There have been open-world Spider-Man games before, but none so riveting and full of personality, none that explore and do justice to this many facets of the universe. The gaming history of Spider-Man has been uneven, but this is an fantastic entry in that history. And now that Insomniac has all the mechanical fundamentals firmly in place, one can hope that the inevitable sequel will give this talented studio the confidence to take a few more risks and create a truly inimitable superhero game.

Spider-Man's mechanics feel fluid and satisfying enough to keep players engaged throughout the entire campaign.

The announced DLCs will also everyone's favorites, new Spider-Man costumes as well. Even Mary Jane takes a more proactive role in the story, being more than capable of handling herself in most situations and never really needs to be rescued - and as a hot-blooded reporter, she'll always get the scoop.



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