‘Marvel’s Avengers’ Trailer Offers First Look At Spider-Man

The latest trailer for Marvel’s Avengers offers the first look at Spider-Man.

After months of teases and anticipation, SpiderMan is finally set to join Crystal Dynamics’ Marvel’s Avengers. An exclusive character for the PlayStation family of consoles, Spider-Man swings into the Marvel videogame on November 30th for free. New content based on the character will also be available for free. Fans will only have to purchase domestic DLC if they want different suits for Spidey, which they no doubt will likely want.

The brand new trailer comes courtesy of IGN. Right off the bat, the game doesn’t hide the character behind mysterious teases. Instead, Spider-Man is front and centre throughout the trailer as he fights nefarious baddies using his classic arsenal of tactics. Spidey does get a bit outnumbered but luckily the Avengers show up to save the day. The rest of the trailer shows the Marvel hero swinging through the city, as well as a brief but wholesome character moment with Ms. Marvel.

Here’s the official synopsis for the Spider-Man themed Hero event:

“Peter Parker uncovers AIM’s new plan to acquire technology that could make their Synthoid army unstoppable and total domination inevitable. He must partner with the Avengers to stop this looming threat, and forms a tentative friendship with Ms. Marvel and Black Widow while keeping his identity hidden. As a Hero accustomed to working solo, he struggles with the new dynamics of working with a team. Will he join up full-time with the Avengers, or stay independent in his fight against AIM?”

Marvel’s Avengers is available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on all superhero video games and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more content in the future!

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