While doing press for Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige confirmed to io9 that the 2019 Spider-Man sequel to Homecoming will take Peter Parker out of NY for a European adventure. Now, the studio has taken to the PlayStation Blog to reveal that the second suit in the preorder bundle will be none other than the Iron Spider suit, one of the most iconic Spider-Man costumes the web-slinging hero has ever worn. Some are completely original suits created by Insomniac and other artists. This suit was subtly teased in the Iron Spider promotional video as seen in the image below.
In addition to the Iron Spider suit reveal, it has been announced that it is part of the Spidey Suit Pack pre-order bonus for Marvel's Spider-Man. A Digital Deluxe edition of the game also come with the post-launch DLC series The City That Never Sleeps and also contains additional suits. People will be able to dress Spider-Man up in his Iron Spider suit.
Feige was also interviewed by IGN where the producer discussed about Tom Holland's Peter Parker returning to a normal life in the sequel after the events of CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING and AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR. Your feedback to our release date, collector's edition, and Game Informer cover story has been tremendous and humbling. "We start filming early July", Feige told the outlet. "And we have a villain who I think will play into that nicely". And if you want some wallpapers for your phone, computer or PS4, just visit PS.com here to grab some!More news: Modi to interact with Karnataka candidates, leaders tomorrow
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We'll have much more from Feige and the crew of Avengers: Infinity War soon. Thanks again to Marvel Studios and Marvel Games for collaborating with us on the suit for the game.
For now fans will just have to speculate where Spider-Man will travel to and what kinds of adventures he will have, but these could be character-building explorations of even more of the MCU.