We’re mere days away from the release of Insomniac’s Spider-Man PS4 exclusive, but we are already being greeted by the trailer for the first DLC story of the game.
It is not completely apparent what role Black Cat will take in the DLC, whether that be friend or foe, but it seems as if she has a big part in a museum mission. The trailer also teases a crazy subway action scene that is sure to be an exciting romp through New York’s underground.
This first DLC mission, dubbed The Heist, is a part of Spider-Man‘s The City That Never Sleeps Campaign. It will release on October 23 followed by Turf Wars in November and finally Silver Lining in December (which if one were to guess is probably about Silver Sable). Each mission is $10 but if you’ve already decided you’re in for all 3 you can purchase the season pass for $25 to save a little bit of cash.
Today has been a big day for Spider-Man as official reviews have come rolling in from major outlets everywhere. They have all been extremely positive with sites such as IGN awarding it an 8.7, and Game Informer a 9.5. Reviews have praised the game’s open-world saying that it offers much to do and that activities are varied to keep it from becoming stale. Outlets have also commended the games web-slinging and wall-crawling saying it is exceptionally intuitive and very forgiving.
Overall, it seems as if PS4 owners have another exclusive hit on their hands. Time will tell what fans really think of the game, but its safe to say Insomniac pulled out all the stops for their first game starring everyone’s favorite web-head.
Spider-Man releases this Friday, September 7, only on PlayStation 4.
Will you be joining Spidey for his latest adventure and his subsequent DLC? Let us know in the comments.
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