Patch 1.14 brings two new suits to Marvel’s Spider-Man.
In a crossover between Spidey and the Fantastic Four, in Amazing Spider-Man #258, Peter Parker needs to borrow an old suit from Mr Fantastic. Problem is, Reed Richards isn’t exactly shy about showing off his face, while Parker prefers to keep his identity a secret.
The solution? He wears a paper bag on his head.
No, really. He actually does.
Now that suit has shown up in Marvel’s Spider-Man on PlayStation 4, alongside Spidey’s Future Foundation suit, first seen in Future Foundation #1.
What’s the Future Foundation, I hear you ask? It’s an alliterative followup to the fabulous Fantastic Four, with Spidey joining the team in place of the Human Torch.
The suit is made of something called “unstable molecules” – yeah, it’s not real science – which allows Spider-Man to change the suit’s shape and colour at will. That means he can effectively go from street garb to classic blue and red suit in a moment. As in the comic book, though, we’re expecting Marvel’s Spider-Man to keep it in the crisp, classic white design.
Check out our review for Marvel’s Spider-Man. Spoiler: we loved it.
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