A week ago, fans were unhappy with the suit choices Insomniac chose for the final Spider-Man PS4 DLC. Now, those complaining fans have been proven wrong.
After claims of Insomniac not listening to fan requests to put the 2004 Sam Raimi Spider-Man suit into the PS4 game, Insomniac has done just that. It’s real, it’s in the game, it’s free, and it’s bloody gorgeous.
It’s obvious that Insomniac has been working on this suit for a while and, as they said in the announcement tweet, was planned for a special holiday gift.
We have a special holiday gift for #SpiderManPS4 players. Today's game update will include a highly requested suit. Hint: It's webbed and it's FREE for owners of Marvel's Spider-Man! pic.twitter.com/6DLTxPFSaE
— Insomniac Games (@insomniacgames) December 20, 2018
So, everyone who loves the films, boot up your game, download the update, and swing around like Toby Maguire did. Just… don’t do the dance, ya know?
Spider-Man PS4’s impressive DLC line-up will end next week with the arrival of Silver Lining.
The Sony-exclusive will have the web-slinging hero delve deeper into the background of side character Silver Sabel.
The synopsis reads:
“Silver Sable has stormed back to reclaim her stolen Sable International tech. 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.”
Of course, Silver Lining comes with three awesome suits for you to swing around in: Into the Spiderverse, Cyborg Spider-Man, and Aaron Aikman.
Of course, with anything, there are haters, naysayers and internet trolls. This time around it comes with the new suits. While amazing designs, the game’s alleged fanbase are a little miffed at the exclusion of the webhead’s suit from the Sam Raimi trilogy.
One Twitter user replied to the developer saying, “Come on, Insomniac. You said you were listening.”
“Listening doesn’t mean we always will do what people tell us to,” Insomniac replied. We hear you. Hearing doesn’t mean we always act or follow.”