The story trailer gives us our first look at Silver Sable, who is hired by Norman Osborn to take out New York's infamous web-slinging hero.
It's Comic-Con this week, the Comic-Con in San Diego, and while surprisingly Marvel aren't there to tease any new movies they did have an hour-long video game presentation last night and... it was a bit of a let-down.
Die-hard web-heads without PS4s (or if you're a serious true believer with the system already) can pick up a limited edition Spider-Man PS4 Pro on September 7th.
Priced at $399.99 United States dollars / $499.99 CAD, the snappily named Limited Edition Marvel's Spider-Man PlayStation 4 Pro will launch alongside the new Spider-Man game when it goes on sale on September 7th.
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The new console is painted in the iconic Spider-Man red and features a large white Spider-Man icon on top.
The Marvel's Spider-Man bundle is available to pre-order in the U.S. for $399.99 United States dollars and in Canada for $499.99 CAD. Rounding up the limited edition bundle is the new Spider-Man game and digital content. They are Spider-Man Noir, SP//dr aka Peni Parker, and Spider-Ham. These three are in addition to the existing trio shown in the first trailer: Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore), Peter Parker (voiced by Jake Johnson), and Spider-Gwen aka Gwen Stacy (voiced by Hailee Steinfeld).
Most moviegoers know that Spider-Man's alter ego is Peter Parker, a high-school nerd whose encounter with a radioactive spider turns him into a super-powered vigilante.
Spider-Man comes out September 7th exclusively for the PlayStation 4. There was also a glimpse at the "Velocity Suit" designed by comic artist Adi Granov and a line of game-specific Funko Pop! toys.