Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered Gets Two More Suits


Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, the next-gen re-release of the acclaimed 2018 title, has two extra Spidey fits swinging its means. The remaster already sports activities a number of updates together with the addition of Andrew Garfield’s go well with from The Amazing Spider-Man movie and a controversial redesign for Peter Parker. 

Feast your eyes on the Arachnid Rider (above) and Armored Advanced fits (under). Before any comedian followers rack their brains recalling which tales the outfits come from, Insomniac confirmed they’re unique creations and can be unlockable in-game. The studio additionally states that the remaster’s three new fits can even come to the PS4 model of the sport, although at an undetermined date. 

You can by no means have too many Spidey outfits, and these look nearly as good as the rest. The Arachnid Rider’s cel-shaded, anime-esque model is very distinctive. Although, the Armored Advanced go well with seems to be slick in how hanging it’s. As a Spider-Man nerd, let’s simply say I’m okay with the whole lot that’s occurring right here. 

Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered takes benefit of the PlayStation 5’s energy with sooner load instances, improved visuals, 3D spatial audio, and haptic suggestions by way of the DualSense controller. It additionally consists of all three chapters of The City That Never Sleeps DLC. The sport launches November 12 as a pack-in with the $69.99 Ultimate Edition of Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Unfortunately, the remaster won’t be bought individually nor as a next-gen improve for house owners of the PS4 model. 

For extra wall-crawling goodness, try our overview of Spider-Man: Miles Morales. With the PlayStation 5 launching subsequent week, make sure to additionally try our full overview of Sony’s upcoming console. 

What do you consider these spiffy new fits? Let us know within the feedback!




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