Our team is thrilled to finally show you more of what you'll be up against in Marvel's Spider-Man.
This stunning game from Sucker Punch, the makers of Sly Cooper and Infamous, features incredible visuals, a sweeping soundtrack, a methodical combat system reminiscent of what we've seen in God of War, and a lot of promising design choices.
Marvel's Spider-Man will be exclusively available on the PlayStation 4 this 7 September, and at E3 2018, we get yet another extended look at how it will play like.
From here, Spidey moves upstairs to go into another room. He spots Rhino and Electro before he platforms his way through the area. Items like the web mine allow Spider-Man to keep certain enemies at bay, or outright eliminate them from the engagement, while focusing on others. He wallruns and swings around before again encountering the villains.
This chase gave way to a huge helipad battle against the whole crew, and Spider-Man was losing pretty badly. Arguably the biggest among them was the trailer for the highly-anticipated sequel The Last of Us Part II.
An experienced Spider-Man with several years of crime fighting under his belt, Peter Parker has sheer mastery of his powerful spider-sense, dynamic skills, acrobatic abilities and new suit. He's almost defeated, only for him to be saved by someone off-screen. As seen in this video, Spider-Man is working with Yuriko Watanabe, an NYPD captain who became the Wraith in the Marvel Universe.
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