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Spider-Man's next batch of DLC nabs a release date

15 December 2018

The developers at Insomniac Games nearly certainly get requests all the time to add specific outfits to its PlayStation 4 game Marvel's Spider-Man.

The Marvel's Spider-Man season pass, The City That Never Sleeps, is coming to a conclusion with the release of its third and final entry. This movie has so much going on, it can be hard to take in every last excruciating detail, but that's why we're here!

The trailer shows the return of Silver Sable and she is shown talking to her men stating: "This is Sable International".

As with prior DLC, three new suits will be available for players to unlock. With New York Police Chief Yuri Watanabe on administrative leave following her exploits against Hammerhead, Spider-Man will have to rely on unlikely allies to keep Marvel's New York safe.

Spider-Man’s third and final DLC Silver Lining has a release date
Silver Sable Comes To Marvel's Spider-Man On December 21, 2018 With Silver Lining

Spider-Man: Silver Lining features new missions, new and upgraded enemy and crime types, upgraded Hammerhead bases and storyline quests. However, people can get it for free with the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse PlayStation Store pre-order, as that bundle includes this add-on, a dynamic theme, and some avatars.

If you stick through the credits in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, you'll get a fun joke involving yet another Spider-Man. There will also be new trophies and challenges. And follow Marvel Games on Twitter for more!

Meanwhile, the Spider-Man Cyborg Suit and the absolutely awesome-looking Aaron Aikman Spider-Armour round out the trio of new outfits.

Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the creative minds behind The LEGO Movie and 21 Jump Street, bring their unique talents to a fresh vision of a different Spider-Man Universe, with a groundbreaking visual style that's the first of its kind.

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Spider-Man's next batch of DLC nabs a release date