One of the biggest charms about Spider-Man: Homecoming was how lived-in and authentic the world of Marvel's Queens felt, showcasing a diverse and eclectic cast of New York City characters who all seemed like they came from the real place.
Marvel Studios is deliberately following the cosmic Avengers 4, opening May 3, 2019, with an earthbound return to "normal life" in the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel, which opens two months later.
Most suits will also feature a special suit power, like the Spider-Punk suit which performs and AoE attack with a guitar.
Insomniac Games announced on Twitter that one of the three Spider-Man suits available via pre-order will be the Iron Spider suit that Peter Parker didn't want at the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming but wears during Infinity War.
Here is the Iron Spider pre-order bonus reveal video. This isn't the Spider-Man you've met before, or seen in a movie.
Stevenson goes on to say that he and the team at Insomniac were granted access by Marvel themselves to the Iron Spider suit's designs.
During my one-on-one print interview with him Sunday, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige cited Peter Parker's everyman quality as the key factor in grounding audiences in the first installment to follow the universe-threatening events depicted in Avengers 4. This means if you pre-order the game, this costume will be unlocked early.
Next in our series of retrospective reviews is Spider-Man: Homecoming. For more information on Marvel's Spider-Man, be sure to look out for Mammoth Gamers.
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