MAN Faces His Greatest Enemies In New E3 2018 Trailer

After being announced two years ago, Spider-Man has easily become one of E3 2018's most highly anticipated games.

Starring the world's most iconic Super Hero, Spider-Man features the acrobatic abilities, improvisation and web-slinging that the wall-crawler is famous for, while also introducing elements never-before-seen in a Spider-Man game.

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Spidey gets the crap beaten out of him before the trailer teases the reveal of one more villain. While the first gameplay footage was shown at last year's E3, this year's footage is likely to be much closer to what we will see in-game when Spider-Man swings onto the PS4 September 7. This is a pivotal moment in the game, where the fragile peace in New York City has now been completely shattered, as Super Villains have now escaped the maximum-security facility, the RAFT, just off the coast of Manhattan. After his beatdown, Spider-Man looked up, said something along the lines of, "it's you?" just before the trailer went dark. This is an experienced Peter Parker who's more masterful at fighting big crime in New York City.

So far, the classic Spider-Man villains include Electro, the Rhino, Scorpion, and our old favorite, the Vulture.

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We also get an intense webswinging chase sequence with Electro that takes place on the outside of the Raft, with the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Guy narrowly dodging some intense electric blasts.

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