Marvel's Spider-Man Shows Gameplay And Cinematics In Its Latest Trailer

Marvel's Spider-Man Shows Gameplay And Cinematics In Its Latest Trailer

When a new villain threatens New York City, Peter Parker and Spider-Man's worlds collide.

The new Spider-Man trailer, set to the tune of Campfire's 2017 song "Superhuman", intercuts between Peter Parker in costume meeting Miles Morales, and the web-slinger performing a variety of stunts including catching a vehicle and catching an enemy - in this case, Wilson Fisk - in mid-air before handing him over to the police.

The theme of Insomniac's Spidey title has always been about Peter wanting to live his life and potentially relax into his commitments as Spider-Man. The first one is clear: it's Spider-Man.

The trailer also shows us some of the incredible moves that Spidey can pull off during the game, including a helicopter sequence that taxes his abilities to bring it down safely.

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Sony Interactive Entertainment shared its latest trailer for Marvel's Spider-Man by Insomniac GBames featuring a look at some gameplay and cinematics for the upcoming PS4-exclusive action-adventure game. After eight years behind the mask, Peter Parker is a crime-fighting master. Spidey then thwips away to fight more crime.

Marvel's Spider-Man releases for PlayStation 4 on September 7, 2018.

In a departure from their dynamic in the comics, Peter Parker and Miles Morales are contemporaries in this Spider-Man game. Even at the beginning of this experience, players are going to step into the role of a Spider-Man, who is at the peak of his powers and skills.

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