Peter Parker and Miles Morales come together in new Spider-Man trailer

Peter Parker and Miles Morales come together in new Spider-Man trailer

Our story set's out with Wilson Fisk, AKA The Kingpin being locked up which makes New York City a whole bunch safer and means Peter Parker isn't needed as much as Spider-man.

Based on what we've seen so far, it would appear that the upcoming Spider-Man game has nothing whatsoever to do with the upcoming movie, Spider-man: Homecoming.

The trailer on its own is worth re-watching for the action alone, but there's actually something more buried within the trailer that only the most eagle-eyed Marvel comics fans spotted the first time around.

In fact, the trailer reveals a brand new villain that Insomniac hasn't spoken a word about until now.

If you blinked, you might have missed it.

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Insomniac has said the game will cover both the hero and normal sides of Peter Parker's life, something that the trailer showcases.

There's no mistaking it. No official release date has been revealed. Now it seems the seasoned developer has teamed up with Sony to deliver a Spider-Man game exclusive to the PlayStation 4.

Marvel's Spider-Man will be available exclusively for the PlayStation 4. We can't wait to see more footage.

Paris Games Week, the annual French video game convention, kicked off on Monday with a bang as Sony unveiled a number of new trailers for hotly anticipated PS4 titles.

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