Marvel’s Spider-Man has provided fans with many suit cosmetics. With skins adapted from live-action movies in mind, it would be fair to say that Marvel’s Spider-Man has concentrated its efforts toward adapting the Marvel Cinematic Universe‘s prolific costumes for the web-head.
Tom Holland’s interpretation of the wall-crawler in the MCU has already accumulated seven suits throughout each of his on-screen appearances, though it is technically only six if fans do not count Peter’s black-and-gold suit from Spider-Man: No Way Home, as it is simply the Upgraded suit turned inside-out. But as soon as Insomniac Games started this trend and offered players skin cosmetics based upon these movies’ costumes, the ones that fail to make the cut for one reason or another stand out sorely from the ones that do.
Because of this inequity, fans have continued to stir with displeasure over one of their favorite Spider-Man costumes not making it into Marvel’s Spider-Man as of yet. The Amazing Spider-Man‘s unconventional and idosyncratic suit, worn by Andrew Garfield, was previously added to Marvel’s Spider-Man. However, fans have since shared their desire for Garfield’s more traditional suit from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to be included alongside it, particularly following the excitement around Spider-Man: No Way Home.
While fans have been treated to all of Holland’s Spider-Man suits and even one of Tobey Maguire’s suits from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy, the absence of Garfield’s sequel suit is felt by fans. The reminder alone is enough to make some fans upset, and though it may not happen for Marvel’s Spider-Man on PS4, there is still a chance it may arrive for PS5 users. Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered recently added suits from Spider-Man: No Way Home, explaining that they could not be added to the PS4 version due to update size saturation.
If fans are to see Garfield’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 suit in the future, it will either be on Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered or Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, which are both PS5-exclusive titles. Redditor Thornadan expresses how they “almost had a heart attack” after they saw the seven-year-old The Amazing Spider-Man 2 game’s launch trailer appear as a recommended video from PlayStation, and thought momentarily that it was an announcement of the suit’s addition into Marvel’s Spider-Man.
Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man is surely beloved by fans based on the reaction to his suit. There is no official word as to whether the suit will ever be added to either Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered or Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, but the odds of it appearing are more and more likely if Insomniac continues to adapt live-action Spider-Man suits as skin cosmetics.
Marvel’s Spider-Man is available now on PS4 and PS5.