Marvel’s Spider-Man E3 2018 Gameplay Showcases Rhino, Vulture, Scorpion and Electro

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The video is recorded from the demo that is playable on the show floor at E3 2018 in Los Angeles, and it looks absolutely awesome.

Ghost of Tsushima, at least, was the beneficiary of a lengthy gameplay trailer, showing a gorgeous game-world and bloody samurai-style combat. The spidey-sense symbol warns the player of an incoming attack, but the best response is to change up the pace of combat rather than simply press a button. The game certainly appears to be very heavy on storytelling, which is fantastic.

From what we have seen in the trailer, there is a lot more on offer here than there was 12 months ago. Here we learn about a new villain - this was later confirmed in a PlayStation blogcast.

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Marvel's Spider-Man is due out worldwide for PlayStation 4 on September 7.

None of these games were given release dates, they weren't even given release years, and only the fourth game of the bunch, Spider-Man, is in the final stages of development. But while Spider-Man easily takes out the low-level crooks, he's stopped short by a team-up of some of his most formidable foes: Rhino, Vulture, Electro, Mister Negative, Green Goblin, and a mysterious sixth villain. Now a seasoned Super Hero, Peter Parker has been busy keeping crime off the streets as Spider-Man. Many of those Spider-Men are long-time favorites, including Miles Morales, Spider-Gwen and, of course, Earth-616's own Spider-Man, Peter Parker, with a few more obscure Web-Slingers to round out the cast, like a Spider-Man tsum tsum.

We saw more of The Division 2 and Ubisoft touted its partnership with Nintendo with a concert dedicated to the Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle: Donkey Kong Adventure DLC and Star Fox guest-starring in Starlink: Battle for Atalas. During my demo, I would try to get him to hit the ground between a pair of cars over and over, but pulling the right trigger at the last second would always activate a smooth transition animation that would keep him airborne and looking cool as hell.