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Here’s How Much The Best Spider-Man Suits & Power-Ups Cost In-Game

There are 27 different suits to find and unlock in Spider-Man on PS4, and here's how to go about getting your hands on all of them.

One of the most anticipated games of 2018 has finally arrived. Spider-Man was released on Friday and the gaming world has been abuzz about how great it is. Honestly, we've yet to hear anything negative about it at all, as expected. Just a few days into its existence and players are already discovering just how detailed and in-depth the game is.

In fact, there are a total of 27 different Spider-Man suits to discover and unlock in the game altogether. We have all the ins and outs on how exactly players can get their hands on what we think are some of the very best of that selection. The more you level up, the more suits become available, but they will also require tokens if you want to use them.

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One of the most popular suits will be the one featured in some of the trailers for the game, and also in Avengers: Infinity War, the Iron Spider suit. In the game, this suit is unlockable at level 31 and will set you back three base tokens, three challenge tokens, and four crime tokens. The suit comes with four articulated arms. Thanks for that, Mr. Stark. The Wrestler suit is also close to our hearts. That suit will become available far earlier in the game, at level 19, and will cost two backpack tokens, two base tokens, and two research tokens if you want to add it to your wardrobe.

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We have already decided on a couple of other firm favorites that we can't wait to unlock. Perhaps the coolest suit in the game is the one you can check out below, the Anti-Ock Suit. It's one of two hidden outfits in the game and can be unlocked by completing the Pax In Bello Mission. The other hidden suit is the Dark Suit which will be unlocked when you complete the Stakeout mission. Neither outfit will cost you any tokens, but you won't be able to don the Dark Suit until you complete all of the Black Cat stakeouts.

There is one suit on the game that we currently don't have much information about. We don't know what it's called or what it looks like, just that it comes with a power called Equaliser which takes down everyone including yourself, and that you unlock it by attaining 100% completion of the game. Let us know if you manage to achieve that before we do, and for more info on the rest of the suits head to Eurogamer.

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