There have been too many cool Spidey/Fantastic Four moments to count, but one of the most memorable in their illustrious history was in Amazing Spider-Man #258, when Spidey swung by the Fantastic Four’s headquarters for help with the alien symbiote he was wearing as a costume (that’s right, it later became Venom).
Swinging from webs in Marvel’s Spider-Man is intuitive and freeing. Simply holding the R2-button turns every movement into a ballet of blue and red. If you can imagine a complex, death-defying route between skyscrapers or across rooftops, you can execute it with finesse.
As with the previous chapters of Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps, we have a brand new Just the Facts trailer starring the one and only J. Jonah Jameson.
Silver Sable has stormed back to reclaim her stolen Sable International tech. With New York Police Chief Yuri Watanabe on administrative leave following her exploits against Hammerhead, Spider-Man will have to rely on unlikely allies to keep Marvel’s New York safe.
In addition, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Turf Wars features three great new suits. We heard from many fans last May who were excited to see the new version of the Iron Spider suit in the game, but several wanted the classic Iron Spider Armor from the comics.
To add to the ongoing excitement, today we launched our first chapter of DLC in Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps – Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist. This chapter includes new missions, enemies, suits, and, of course, a new story starring none other than Black Cat herself.
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