The Heist DLC puts Spidey and Black Cat centre frame as various crimes and the odd heist take place over the city. There’s new gangs to fight against and crimes to fight, as well as some new collectables and even a few new Spidey suits. Unfortunately none of them bring any special abilities, but they’re nice to have all the same.
According to Pure PlayStation‘s Max Taylor, the DLC runs for around 3 hours, thought it could be stretched a little more if you’re going for the full set of trophies.
The Heist DLC will set you back £6.49/$9.99 if you’re buying it separately, or you can get all three chapters for a discounted price as part of the Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps bundle. Bear in mind, though, that the next two instalments in the story DLC arc will release over the next couple of months.
And to top it all off, we’ve got a brand new trailer featuring J. Jonah Jameson’s dulcet tones.
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