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We all know that Spider-Man: Homecoming is now just a couple of weeks away from release, and the excitement level is high for another great Spider-Man adventure. One of the features of the advertising for Homecoming has been the phone videos that Spidey seems to make of his adventures, which makes you wonder, as always, just what in the heck is it like to be Spider-Man anyway. Video game technology is constantly getting us closer, and that virtual experience takes another leap with Marvel’s Spider-Man for PlayStation 4. The new game comes out next year, but a new 9-minute demo has just been released as E3

Courtesy of Marvel and Insomniac Games, this new Spidey adventure sees the wall-crawling crime fighter forced to protect the Kingpin Wilson Fisk and his subordinates when a new, worse gang emerges in the streets of New York. Aside from showing off the wicked gameplay, and a sorta blah variant on the Spider-Man costume, the demo below also gives you an idea of the plot and tough choices that you, as Spider-Man, will have to make in the world of the game. Check out the action below.

Game Description:

Starring the world’s most iconic Super Hero, Spider-Man PS4 (working title) features the acrobatic abilities, improvisation and web-slinging that the wall-crawler is famous for, while also introducing elements never-before-seen in a Spider-Man game. From traversing with parkour and utilizing the environment, to new combat and blockbuster set pieces, it’s Spider-Man unlike any you’ve played before.

Marvel and Insomniac Games have teamed up to create a brand-new and authentic Spider-Man story. This isn’t the Spider-Man you’ve met before, or seen in a movie. This is an experienced Peter Parker who’s more masterful at fighting big crime in New York City. At the same time he’s struggling to balance his chaotic personal life and career while the fate of nine million New Yorkers rests upon his shoulders.

Marvel’s Spider-Man will be available exclusively for the PS4 sometime in 2018.

Source: Comic Book Movie

Category: Videogames

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