Turf Wars, the second piece of Spider-Man PS4 DLC, is finally out and it comes with three new costumes just like the previous episode. These Spider-Man PS4 Turf War suits are attainable in similar ways and are from all around the Marvel Universe. So look below if you want to see how to get the Spider-Man PS4 Turf War suits, what they look like, and where the suit is from.
Spider-Man PS4 Turf War Suits – Spider-Armor MK I
The first of the Spider-Man PS4 DLC suits is called Spider-Armor MK I. It is the first suit you’ll get in the DLC and you’ll automatically receive it when you finish the first mission. Like the other DLC suits, this armor has no added powers.
There are a few other Spider Armors (without the hyphen, weirdly enough) in the game already (MK II, III, and IV) but this specific one is from the “Web of Spider-Man Vol 1. #100” comic book that released in 1993. It slowed Spidey down but made him bulletproof but it has no such features in the game.
Spider-Man PS4 Turf War Suits – Iron Spider Armor
The Iron Spider Armor is the second costume in Turf Wars. You’ll attain this armor by completing all the story missions in the DLC after the credits roll. It’s also worth mentioning that this suit does not have any added abilities as well.
While the names are similar, this isn’t the exact Iron Spider Suit in the game from Avengers: Infinity War. This first showed up in the “Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 #529” comic book from 2006 where Tony Stark built Peter Parker a suit much like his own Iron Man suit, hence the name and color scheme. It has appeared in other media in one form or another since.
Spider-Man PS4 Turf War Suits – Spider-Clan Suit
The Spider-Clan suit is the final new costume in the Spider-Man PS4 Turf Wars suits. This will be the final suit you will get it once you get 100 percent in the DLC. This means you have to do all the crimes, Screwball tasks, the Screwball side mission, Hammerhead fortresses, and the whole campaign. You could probably already guess but this suit also has no powers.
This suit is from the Spider-Clan comic book series where Peter Parker is a ninja and is trained by his Sensei, Ben Parker. It first appeared in the “Marvel Mangaverse: Spider-Man Vol. 1 #1” comic book in 2002. Spider-Man also produces his own webs in this iteration.