E3 2018: Sony Reveal New Footage For Spider-Man

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A look at what attendees are playing. At its E3 2018 press conference, Sony showed off a thrilling new look at the upcoming open-world superhero adventure featuring an all-star brawl with some of Spidey's greatest foes.

Most notable from the trailer was the breath-taking set pieces that framed the combat, with a staged, nail-biting battle underneath a shedding blossom tree drenched in a warm sunset light rounding off the trailer from Sony's conference.

We can't wait to get our hands on this game.

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This is a new third-person game from Remedy, the same studio that developed Max Payne, Alan Wake and Quantum Break. The game was first announced in 2016, and we've been patiently waiting for it ever since.

Imagine the Batman Arkham games, except with samurais in Japan. There was no sign of Joel this time around, but one thing's for sure: The Last of Us 2 is going to be very, very dark. This new trailer also included plenty of cinematic moments, and revealed two more actors in Death Stranding's star-studded cast: Lea Seydoux and Lindsay Wagner. It was impressive and the flawless demo for a game that is surely at the top of many people's wish lists. Whoever they are, they've clearly got access to money and technology which narrows it down to several classic Spider-Man villains, some of which have already been subtly revealed in early trailers.

In said gameplay footage, not only did we see ample gameplay of Spidey swinging from building-to-building and web-blasting baddies in the face, but we were introduced to a variety of the game's antagonists, including Scorpion, Shocker, Rhino, and more.

An achingly attractive trailer was debuted on the Sony stage last night, showing off the new title set in feudal Japan.

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