When booting up Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 for the first time, players will be reminded that they can upgrade to the Deluxe version for a single charge of $10. But is this worth it for what you get, or should you save that for a rainy day?
What Comes In The Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Deluxe Edition
If you’re looking to find what you’ll get by upgrading to the Deluxe Version of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, you’ve come to the right place. You’ll find all of the extras that you’ll instantly unlock below:
- Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
- Five unique suits for Peter.
- Five unique suits for Miles.
- Additional Photo Mode items.
- 5 Skill Points.
- Early Unlock Suits and Gadget
The biggest feature here is the additional suits that you can receive by purchasing this edition, and you can see them below.
By purchasing the Deluxe Edition, you’ll unlock the following suits for Peter Parker;
- Tactical Suit
- Aurantia Suit
- 25th Century Suit
- Stone Monkey Suit
- Apunkalyptic Suit
And you’ll also receive the following suits for Miles Morales;
- Agimat Suit
- Red Spectre Suit
- Encoded Suit
- Biomechanical Suit
- Tokusatsu Suit
There is an impressive amount of suits available for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 already, so an additional five suits per character add to the growing number. Skill points are easily achievable throughout standard gameplay, and the photo mode additions are nice, but not needed. So, it’s really a personal style choice if you would like to purchase this extra edition for $10, but I’m personally considering taking the plunge for the Tokusatsu Suit.
Whether your Spider-Man knowledge is through the roof, or you may need a little refresher before jumping in, check out our Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 section below to get your hands on plenty of information regarding this release. From the location of all Spiderbots to information about characters like Black Cat making their return, we’ve got you covered on every aspect of the journey head.