Spider-Man Will Get Three New Suits and Face a New Villain in the First Post-Launch DLC

Spider-Man Will Get Three New Suits and Face a New Villain in the First Post-Launch DLC

Face off against Black Cat and unlock three new suits.

DLC plans for Spider-Man. Titled, "The City That Never Sleeps," the first episode of Spider-Man's post-launch DLC will introduce a new villain and three new spidey suits to unlock.

"The City That Never Sleeps" DLC will be split into three episodes: The Heist, Turf Wars, and Silver Lining. Insomniac only detailed the first of the three episodes, "The Heist." The first DLC episode picks up a storyline in the base Spider-Man game where criminal thief Black Cat leaves behind clues of her return to Spider-Man. In "The Heist," Spidey will face off against Black Cat in a new series of missions, challenges, and enemy faction.

Spider-Man The City That Never Sleeps DLC. Source: Insomniac Games.

"The Heist" will include three additional spider-man suits to unlock, though Insomniac hasn't detailed what those three suits are. As we already know Spider-Man will have several unlockable suits he'll be able to change into, with each suit offering different powers.

The first DLC episode is coming out on October 23, while "Turf Wars" comes out in November 2018, and "Silver Lining" comes out in December 2018. The whole trilogy of DLC can be purchased for $24.99, or for $9.99 each. There's also the digital deluxe edition that includes all three DLC and the base game available for pre-order for $79.99.

Check out our Spider-Man guide for the latest news, previews, and release info and get ready for Spider-Man when it comes out exclusively on PS4 on September 7.

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