by Ollie Green, Gaming Columnist
Published in Gaming on 12th November, 2018
In this article, we'll be taking a look at all Spiderman PS4 outfits and how you can unlock them.
In total, there are 28 different outfits. To make things easier, we've ordered them alphabetically. You can scroll through to see what each suit looks like and how to unlock it.
Before you start reading, keep in mind that there will be certain spoilers.
The first option on this list is the Advanced Suit. This is the default option available when players first start the game.
Taking a swift turn from the Advanced Suit, the Anti-Ock is unlocked when the player faces up against Doctor Octopus later in the game.
The Battle Damage suit will be unlocked automatically early in the main story after Spider-Man takes a bit of a beating.
Once you are given the 2099 White Spider-Man suit, you can purchase the Classic Suit for 2 Backpack Tokens and 2 Crime Tokens. More on the 2099 White suit later.
To unlock the Dark suit, you must photograph every Black Cat toy in the game. It's based on the same patterns and color scheme as the Black Cat.
You will unlock the Electrically Insulated suit after you first battle Shocker at level 13. You will still need to spend 1 Base Token, 3 Crime Tokens, and 1 Research Token to gain access to this suit.
The Empire State Univeristy suit is automatically unlocked. It was originally added as a free day one patch item for all players.
The Fear Itself suit was built by Iron Man and it features an ability that lets the player deal quad damage for a short time.
You can buy the Fear Itself suit from level 21 with 2 Base Tokens, 3 Research Tokens, and 6 Challenge Tokens.
The Homemade suit was inspired by the homemade suit in Spider-Man Homecoming. To unlock this suit, you need to collect all Backpacks. Keep in mind that this suit doesn't have any special powers.
Based upon the Avengers Infinity War movie, the Iron Spider Suit is given to players as a pre-order bonus. Alternatively, those that didn't pre-order Spider-Man will be given the suit at level 31 for free.
The Last Stand suit marks a dark twist in an alternate path in the Spider-Man comics. This suit can be purchased for 20 Crime Tokens once the player is level 45.
The MK II suit has bullet proof armor and can be purchased for 1 Base Token, 1 Landmark Token, and 2 Research Tokens once the player is level 5.
The MK III suit is essentially an upgrade to the MK II suit. This suit doesn't just stop bullets, it deflects them back at enemies. It doesn't deflect sniper bullets, however.
You can get this suit at level 26 with 4 Crime Tokens, 4 Challenge Tokens, and 2 Base Tokens.
The third and final armored suit is the MK IV suit. This suit has a new ability that lets you become invulnerable to all damage, not just bullets, for a short time.
To get this suit, you must be level 35 and will need to spend 4 Base Tokens, 4 Challenge Tokens, and 3 Landmark Tokens.
You can get the Negative Suit as soon as you reach level 11. It will cost you 1 Base Token, 1 Research Token, and 2 Landmark Tokens.
The Noir suit can be crafted straight away. It's one of the few suits that is basically up for free.
You can get the Secret War suit as soon as you reach level 7. Like other level based suits, you'll also need some tokens to craft it. You must use 2 Backpack Tokens, 2 Research Tokens, and 1 Base Token.
The Scarlet Spider suit is available to craft as soon as you reach level 4.
When Spidey goes bad, but not bad bad, you get the Spider-Punk suit. It's a strange creation but it did actually happen in the comics. You can get this suit at level 16 with 2 Landmark Tokens, 2 Backpack Tokens, and 3 Crime Tokens.
Easily one of the wackiest suits so far, the Spirit Spider suit can be unlocked at level 37, but it requires 6 Base Tokens, 6 Challenge Tokens, and 6 Crime Tokens.
Based on the suit from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Stark Suit can be unlocked at level 9 with 3 Crime Tokens, 1 Base Token, and 1 Research Token.
The Stealth suit sits amongst some of the most mean and green suits. To unlock the Stealth suit, you'll need 2 Base Tokens, 4 Challenge Tokens, 3 Landmark Tokens, and be level 23 or higher.
To get the Wrestler suit, you must be level 19 or higher and have 2 Backpack Tokens, 2 Base Tokens, and 2 Research Tokens.
There's no backstory to the Velocity Suit, but it looks very, very awesome. You can sprint faster with this suit and knock down enemies easier.
The Velocity suit is another pre-order bonus, but it's also available to craft at level 33. You will need 2 Backpack Tokens, 4 Challenge Tokens, and 2 Landmark Tokens.
A easy fan favorite, the vintage Spider-Man suit looks like a comic book drawing that has come to life thanks to some incredible 3D cell shading.
You can get the Vintage suit at level 41 with 4 Crime Tokens, 4 Challenge Tokens, and 4 Backpack Tokens.
Based on a futuristic version of Spider-Man in 2099, this suit is available at level 28 for 2 Base Tokens, 4 Research Tokens, and 4 Crime Tokens.
The same as above, but in white. You need 4 Challenge, Crime, and Base Tokens and must be level 39 or higher.
Well, we may as well end on a high note. The Undies puts Spidey in nothing but his Boxers and his mask, because why not? To get this you must have 100% district completion.
That brings us to an end of our guide on all 28 Spiderman PS4 outfits. We hope the list above has proven to be useful to you! Which suits are your favorite so far?