Crystal Dynamics has shown off several of the unlockable costumes available for Spider-Man in Marvel’s Avengers.
The Marvel icon will arrive as a playable character later this month, sporting his own unique Spider-Man suit designed by the Tomb Raider studio.
However, as with the nine current members of the Marvel’s Avengers cast, he also has access to a wardrobe of comic-inspired costumes available as premium DLC.
As shown in the image gallery below there’s a quite a variety, from Spider-Man Noir or his Classic suit to the Hard Webbing and Secret War outfits.
Despite some of the game’s shortcomings, Crystal Dynamics has done a great job in honouring the rich lore surrounding each hero. From werewolf Captain America to the slew of MCU inspired suits, there’s something here every Marvel fan can point to.
Here’s what to expect when Spider-Man arrives:
The iconic web slinger Spider-Man will come exclusively to PlayStation players in the November 30 update along with the Spider-Man: With Great Power Hero Event! You’ll experience Spider-Man’s story through unlockable challenges woven throughout the Avengers Initiative. Here’s a quick taste of his journey in Marvel’s Avengers! Peter Parker uncovers AIM’s new plan to acquire technology that could make their Synthoid army unstoppable and total domination inevitable. He must partner with the Avengers to stop this looming threat, and forms a tentative friendship with Ms. Marvel and Black Widow while keeping his identity hidden. As a Hero accustomed to working solo, he struggles with the new dynamics of working with a team. Will he join up full time with the Avengers, or stay independent in his fight against AIM?
Spider-Man will be exclusive to the PS4 and PS5 versions of Marvel’s Avengers. If you’re playing on PC, Xbox One, or Xbox Series X|S then bad luck!
November 30th will also see the arrival of the new Klaw raid. The developers have also detailed some upcoming changes to various systems and mechanics in Marvel’s Avengers.
The game’s publisher recently branded Avengers as a disappointment. Square Enix admitted that Crystal might not have been such a good fit for the project, given its live service focus.
Source: Marvel’s Avengers