On top of that, most suits will require story milestone completion or hitting a level cap if you want to unlock them. This suit is unlocked by hitting 100% district completion in the game. Keep hitting that dodge button. Comes from: This suit was crafted by Peter when he lost his Spider-sense, hence why it’s bulletproof as he wasn’t able to dodge incoming bullets without his sixth sense. Comes from: This suit comes from Spider-Man Noir, an alternate timeline of Peter Parker’s Great Depression adventures set in 1933 as part of the Marvel Noir universe. Sure, the character has had some alternate suits over the year including the famous black Symbiote suit, but mostly he sports red and blue. In one alternate history in the comics, Peter Parker took another path, killing his enemies and eventually being expelled form the Avengers as a criminal. Tony Stark demanded the suit back from Peter Parker after lecturing him on putting civilians in jeopardy by pursuing Vulture.
For Peter, though, whether it’s his own improvised ragtag outfit from the early years, or the ludicrously high-tech Iron Spider suit, Peter has something in his wardrobe for practically every occasion. It’s mainly a red armored suit, with the gold rods as an extra exo-suit on top. However, Parker declined both Avengers membership and the new suit, preferring to stand up for the commoner as Spider-Man. After Spider-Man successfully apprehended Vulture, Stark offered Parker another suit if he moved into the New Avengers Facility as the newest Avenger. Flash is offered a place in the program, and agreed to join. This suit has been all over the place in recent years – it’s the suit designed by Tony Stark and worn by Spider-Man in Captain America Civil War, Spider-Man Homecoming and briefly in Avengers Infinity War by the MCU’s Peter Parker. To be fair, Maguire’s Peter Parker never intended to fight crime with the suit in the first place and used the suit as a marketing gimmick for his aspirational wrestling career. On a side note, if Kaine’s special ability to endothermically charge his hands was integrated into the suit’s design, Tom Holland’s Peter Parker could surely use it for combat in certain icy situations.
A suit so good that Parker once suggested Stark would lose control of his bladder if he saw it, the 4th Spider-Armor iteration is a powerful one, and it’s the armor that looks most like the traditional suit. “Jake really took to it like a fish to water,” she explains. Dusk was a rip-off of Cloak, Hornet kinda looked like Wasp, and Ricochet had friggin Asgardian ears on its helmet to evoke the god of thunder himself. Okay, brace yourself for this one because it shocked me the first time I read it. However, after the events of the movie, Peter realizes that he can’t hold all of his items and fight crime at the same time. The Stark Suit isn’t alone – the current cinematic Peter Parker’s other suit gets a look-in here too, with the Iron Spider design from Infinity War. I also love Agent-Venom’s design. It appears here in its neon green design. The Advanced Tech Suit places an emphasis on hard surface armor plates for a sleeker design for Miles. After completing all the side-quests, Miles arrives at a Black Lives Matter mural and obtains this great looking suit. Miguel, who I mentioned with the black version of this suit earlier, gets stuck in the prime universe and eventually restores order.
Unlock this suit by photographing Every Black Cat toy in the game world, thus completing her side mission. This line is often quoted in the video game but is not heard in the film. The film was going to be released after Spider-Man 4 but was eventually canceled after Sony passed on Raimi’s fourth Spider-Man movie. But Spider-Man: No Way Home has quite a bit going on. You’re not going to earn this one until later in the game, but the effort is worth it. Very handy for when you’re overwhelmed by ranged foes. Spidey has no luck defeating him as he is brutally overwhelmed in seconds. Comes from: Come on, you know as well as us that this outfit is as classic as it gets for ol’ Spidey. Grants the ‘Quad Damage’ suit skill, allowing Spidey to deal absolutely huge damage briefly. Unlocks the ‘Rock Out’ suit ability, which appropriately blasts enemies with ‘waves of righteous sound’. Unlocks the ‘Arms Race’ suit ability.