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Insomniac's Spider-Man, first shown at last year's E3 (and which despite the timing has nothing to do with the new movie), looked promising today with a demonstration of high-flying gameplay.

Sony has just released the most recent global promo trailer for "Spider-Man: Homecoming", and it offered a glimpse of the web slinger's upgraded Stark technology suit. All the while Spidey quips in his adorably obnoxious way. If we're being honest, we weren't sure whether or not the game would even make an appearance.

The action quickly transitions to visceral hand-to-hand combat, in which Spider-Man dodges bullets and beats on mobs of enemies with slick acrobatic attacks. Negative and a teaser of Miles Morales right at the end, you got me Sony. According to Business Insider, Sony comfortably outsold Microsoft consoles over the following four years, partly because its PS4 was cheaper to buy.

Be sure to check out more from E3 2017 if interested! The game is set in an open-world New York City, similar to past Spider-Man games like the adaptation of 2004's Spider-Man 2.

Expect loads of new games, and then there's always the gold Playstation 4, which is on sale for $249 at the event.

Sony's E3 presentation may not have had a lot in the form of new announcements, with most of the trailers and news offering new clips and extended looks on already revealed games. We can see that a totally new and dynamic combat and traversal system has been dreamt up by the folks at Insomniac, and it looks incredible.

Bethesda's was the third major press conference of E3 2017.

Sony has announced the highly anticipated release year for their web-slinging superhero title, Spider-Man. These are what you can call "Diet-Arkham" games, using the hit-and-counter model, without any further depth.

The event started with an extended trailer for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and ended with an incredible look at Insomniac's Spider-Man game, which is coming in "early 2018". And you know, as Stan said, what Marvel does is put the human in the Superhuman, so like us, we learn from our experiences.


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