A Spider-Man game is nothing without a ton of suits to unlock. Marvel’s Spider-Man PS4 has a total of 28. Some are great, others not so much. But how do they stack up against one another? Let’s find out.
Spoiler Warning: This list contains minor plot spoilers and spoils all 28 unlockable suits (obviously).
28. Electrically Insulated Suit
This suit isn’t much of a looker. It’s not completely ugly, but compared to the other 27 suits in the game, it’s hard to place this one anywhere other than last.
27. ESU Suit
This is the suit you get for collecting all 50 secret photo ops around the city. For finishing the game and then collecting extra collectibles, I was expecting something a little more exciting than this. It’s not a bad suit, but of the two joke suits in the game, it’s definitely the weaker.
26. Spirit Spider
The Spirit Spider suit’s design is fine, but it doesn’t feel Spider-Man. It just looks odd swinging around in it.
25. Last Stand Suit
There’s not much to say about the Last Stand suit. It’s somewhat bland, actually, which is fine in the context of the story it’s from, but in Spider-Man PS4, it just looks out of place.
24. Wrestler Suit
The Wrestling Suit is a classic Spider-Man unlockable. Everyone knows Spidey went through a wrestling phase, and this specific suit is from Ultimate Spider-Man’s wrestling career. Although it works, there’s a reason he gets rid of it.
23. Fear Itself Suit
While the concept behind the suit is cool, it really doesn’t fit in well in Spider-Man PS4. The neon webs on the suit do really pop at night, but during the day, it doesn’t look that great.
22. Secret War Suit
The colors on this one don’t sit well with me. The red and the blue look fine on their own, but the combination of the two makes the suit hard on the eyes.
21. Classic Suit (Damaged)
Who doesn’t love the red and blues? This is a great suit, but outside of the beginning of the game’s story, this suit doesn’t really have a place. You get a repaired version of it, and Spidey’s not the kind of guy to go swinging around in a torn suit if he has the choice.
20. Spider Armor – Mk III Suit
This suit is way too bulky. It looks great in combat, but some of Spidey’s more acrobatic moves and swinging in general look strange. It’s like seeing Tony Stark web swinging.
19. Spider-Man 2099 Black Suit
The 2099 suit is a classic, but it’s designed around the future. It looks great on Miguel O’Hara as he traverses the future, but on modern-day Peter Parker it just doesn’t feel right. Regardless, it’s still a slick outfit.
18. Negative Suit
The Negative Suit is a great suit, but I wouldn’t wear it for more than a couple minutes. It’s a fun design, but it sticks out like a sore thumb against the game’s realistic backdrop (like another certain suit that shows up later on this list).
17. Spider Armor – Mk II Suit
Spider Armor Mk II is the definition of sleek. The shiny black body with the long, slender yellow lines create a highly elegant suit.
Spider-Punk is fun, but it’s another one of those suits you don’t wear for too long.
15. Spider-Man 2099 White Suit
This is the superior 2099 suit. Many prefer the original black suit, but the white suit’s design has more going on, and it fits much better with this version of Spider-Man.
14. Homemade Suit
If you liked this suit in Homecoming, you’ll like it here. It looks a little weird in some places, though, especially the goggles.
13. Velocity Suit
The Velocity Suit’s body is awesome. I really like the glowing blue spider and the gray and red make an excellent pair. But the most important thing about a Spider-Man suit is the eyes, and the eyes on this one are, well, not ideal.
12. Stealth “Big Time” Suit
This is a cool one, especially at night. Black and green is a slick combo, and the way the green glow is actually a light source that reflects onto surfaces is a nice touch.
The second of the game’s joke suits, Undies is an instant classic. This isn’t a new idea, but the execution is flawless. The undies even have little Spider-Men on them.
10. Spider Armor – Mk IV Suit
The Mk IV suit is just the red and blues with a modern touch, and sometimes, that’s all you need. Just like any of the glowing suits in this game, it looks brilliant at night.
9. Scarlet Spider Suit
Everyone loves the Scarlet Spider suit. The hoodie is iconic to any Spidey fan, and it looks great in Spider-Man PS4. It doesn’t stray too far from classic Spider-Man outfits, but it’s different enough to have its own identity, and that’s what makes a strong Spider-Man suit.
8. Stark Suit
The MCU’s Stark Suit looks gorgeous in Spider-Man PS4. The red pops right off your screen, and it looks great in motion. If you can’t get enough of the MCU, this is your go-to costume.
7. Noir Suit
The Noir Suit is so cool, but if you’re not playing at night, the suit sticks out. It’s perfect for stealth missions and night time swinging, but during the day, it doesn’t feel right.
6. Dark Suit
While Spider-Man PS4 doesn’t have the iconic black symbiote suit, this is a nice alternative. You get it from completing all of Black Cat’s stakeouts, and it’s worth the time it takes. It’s so sleek.
5. Anti-Ock Suit
Simplicity is key in designing a Spider-Man suit, and this is a prime example. It’s nearly identical to the Advanced Suit but the color palette is swapped to black and yellow. The plating on the suit looks cool, too. Overall, this is a fantastic suit.
4. Iron Spider Suit
Man, what a suit. It looked good in Avengers, and it looks even better here. And you can use the arms as a suit power? Yes, please.
3. Classic Suit
You can’t go wrong with the Classic Suit. It’s the look we all know and love, and there’s a reason it’s stuck around for this long. It’s iconic, it’s cool, and it’s Spider-Man.
2. Vintage Comic Book Suit
This suit was a pleasant surprise. It looks gorgeous in its own right, but the dynamic shading on it really adds another layer to its beauty. Also, the suit power is quips, and if that isn’t the most Spider-Man thing there is, then I don’t know what is. Cutscenes look so weird with this thing on though.
1. Advanced Suit
Insomniac Games nailed the original suits they made for this game. The Anti-Ock suit is pretty, but this, this is a phenomenal suit. It’s a natural evolution of the classic Spider-Man suit, and the white is such a nice addition to the normal red and blue.
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