Spider-Man's Open World Trailer Explores a Vibrant Virtual New York

Tom Holland Teases Spider-Man 2 Villain

Tom Holland Teases Spider-Man 2 Villain

After dropping a hype gameplay trailer yesterday, fans get another look at the highly anticipated Spider-Man PS4 game centered around open-world. The trailer hints at a larger Marvel universe with new looks at Avengers Tower, Doctor Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum, and Oscorp Industries. Many real-world landmarks are shown off in the trailer including the Radio City Music Hall and a riff on MoMA called the Manhattan Museum of Contemporary Art (MMoCA). When you factor in the classic banter between Peter and Jonah along with the eye-catching stunts, the trailer illustrates the possibilities in store for gamers who want their fix of web-slinging and exploring through the streets of New York City. From traversing with parkour and utilizing the environment, to new combat and blockbuster set pieces, it's Spider-Man unlike any you've played before.

Maurizio Sarri axes two of Antonio Conte's rules to win over players
The 24-year-old only played two Premier League games for us last season but seems to be in great shape under Sarri. Chelsea's players were unhappy with some of Antonio Conte's rules on nutrition and matchday preparation.

Since this is one of the few looks we have from the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel, some have already begun speculating that the water stunt could signal the presence of a Marvel villain by the name of Hydro-Man. There's your supervillain origin story and your Spider-Man-hating reasons all baked in together, much like Hydro-Man and Sandman later came together to form Mud-Thing for a time. He would also fit the MCU's current mantra of using Spider-Man villains yet to appear on film. As we've seen before, Spidey can interact with the citizens as well, taking pictures with them, giving high fives, and flashing finger guns. Click "Next" to get started.

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