How to unlock all costumes in Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered

How to unlock all costumes in Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered


 Here's how to get all the costumes available in Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered: from the original game and all expansion packs


At the time of the release of the original Spider-Man for PS4, a total of 28 costumes could be found in the game. Some are quite easy to get, but others will require some additional steps, up to a 100% completion of the game.

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However, our guide is dedicated to all the costumes in Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered - the game released for PS5 and PC - which includes all previously released expansions and updates. Thus, in addition to the 28 costumes from the original game, another dozen of additions were added. Below you will find a list, images, and ways to obtain all of the costumes in Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered, along with a description of the unique skills they give Peter Parker.


Many costumes can be unlocked by completing multiple missions in the main story, while others will be unlocked as you level up your character. There are costumes for which additional requirements are put forward. Some even require the search for specific secrets.


Almost all costumes have a unique skill (or power) - a rechargeable skill with which you can get certain advantages in battles. It is noteworthy that after obtaining the costume itself, you can use its unique power with any other. And each power will have its own recharge time.


To craft some costumes, in addition to leveling up, you will need tokens. They are divided into several types, and all can be received thanks to certain events in the city:


  • Crime Tokens - Deal with crimes in the city, wherever they occur. Focus on additional, optional targets in crimes. By completing them, you will receive bonus tokens.
  • Backpack Tokens - Look for stolen backpacks using towers.
  • Base tokens - destroy enemy bases, and fight off waves of thugs. As in the case of crimes, these activities contain optional tasks, for the completion of which you will receive bonus base tokens.
  • Landmark Tokens - You need to take pictures of various landmarks in Manhattan.
  • Science Tokens - Successfully complete lab mini-puzzles that require you to find science stations to unlock. They are associated with a specific side quest.
  • Challenge Tokens - There are many challenges hidden in Manhattan. Pass them. And the higher your overall rating, the more challenge tokens you will receive for this.

First, a small list with all the costumes available for unlocking:

Enhanced suit

  • Classic suit (damaged)
  • Classic suit (refurbished)
  • Suit "Noir"
  • Crimson Spider
  • Spider Armor Mk II
  • secret war
  • Stark costume
  • Negative
  • Insulated suit
  • Spider-Punk
  • wrestler costume
  • Fear and horror
  • Camouflage suit "First-class"
  • Spider Armor MK III
  • Black suit "Spider-Man 2099"
  • Iron Spider Suit
  • Speed
  • Spider Armor MK IV
  • Spider Soul
  • Spider-Man 2099 white suit
  • Retro comic
  • Last push
  • linen
  • Homemade costume
  • Empire State student costume
  • Suit "Anti-Ok"
  • dark suit

Outfit costumes:


  • Flexibility
  • UK spider
  • Crimson Spider II
  • Spider Armor MK I
  • Spider clan
  • Suit "Through universes"
  • Cyber ​​Spiderman
  • Aaron Aikman armor
  • gossamer suit

Costumes from the original game

Enhanced suit

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Combat Focus" is a synthetic bio-material that produces focus hormones for a short time.
  • What you need to get this costume: Complete the prologue of the game, the first story mission.

This costume is available to Spider-Man by default, having first created it and wears this combat set for most of the game. A large white spider with long legs is depicted on the chest, and white insets are visible on the wrists, indicating the place from which Peter shoots the web.

This suit's skill is called "Combat Focus" and allows you to quickly charge Focus without having to attack enemies. Thus, you can quickly and often perform instant attacks or heal even in those moments when you can’t accumulate the focus on your own.

Classic suit (damaged)

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Free.

Your hero will wear a damaged classic suit after one of the first story missions. He will receive his damage as a result of a fight with the Kingpin. Even though you can repair the suit by doing this, you can still put on a damaged version of it at any time.

Classic suit (refurbished)

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Spider Flower" - jump into the air and weave everything in sight.
  • What you need to get this costume: 2 backpack tokens, and 2 crime tokens.

In this Spider-Man costume, you will be at the very beginning of the game. It appears to be the same costume he has been wearing for the past eight years. A smaller spider is displayed in the front, a larger one in the back. In general, the design consists of simpler materials. As a result of the fight with the Kingpin, the suit will be damaged (version above).

The suit's Encounter Ability, Web Flower, offers an additional spinning web strike, allowing you to wrap your web around all your opponents. Some nearby enemies fly off and stick to walls and other objects.

noir

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Sound of Silence" - alarmed enemies lose the ability to call for help.
  • What you need to get this costume: 2 backpack tokens, and 2 base tokens (requires level 3).

The Noir costume is based on the fictional character Spider-Man Noir. This spin-off is set in 1933 in the Marvel Noir universe. The hero, as usual, fights the underworld. The suit was created from his uncle's World War I military uniform and enhanced with Kevlar plates to keep bullets out. It even has a pistol attached to it, although you won't be able to use it.

The Sound of Silence is a great ability for those who like to act covertly. It will allow you to hide in those moments when you get the feeling that you are about to be noticed. When this ability is active, enemies that are radioing their friends won't find help, and when your attacks are disabled, you can fight as loudly as you like and other enemies won't be able to detect you except in the line of sight.

Crimson Spider

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Decoy" is an AR technology that generates false holograms. Stuns enemies before disappearing.
  • What you need to get this costume : 3 crime tokens, and 2 landmark tokens (requires level 4).

The Crimson Spider suit is a direct reference to the Crimson Spider that first appeared in Web of Spider-Man #118. It has been tried on by several characters, including Ben Reilly, Joe Wade, Kane, and Peter Parker himself.

The power of this costume is called "Decoy" and allows you to divert the attention of opponents. Thus, you can equalize the chances in an unequal battle. Instead of you, opponents will attack a false hologram, which will stun them when it disappears.

Spider Armor Mk II

  • What skill unlocks the suit: "Bulletproof" - armor plates with magnetic polarization, giving temporary protection against any bullets.
  • What you need to get this costume: 1 base token, 1 landmark token, and 2 science tokens (requires level 5).

The MK II Spider Armor was created by Peter Parker himself in issue 656, at a time when the hero was trying to cope with the loss of his spider-sense and was looking for a way to level out his inability to dodge bullets. The same is displayed in the suit's abilities in this game.

The Bulletproof combat skill will allow you to focus on direct encounters with thugs without worrying about having to constantly dodge and avoid incoming damage. More specifically, you don't have to dodge gunshot damage, but you still have to avoid melee attacks.

secret war

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Arms Race" - an enhanced electromagnetic pulse that stuns enemies and disables their weapons.
  • What you need to get this costume: 2 backpack tokens, 1 base token, and 2 science tokens (requires level 7).
The Secret War costume is based on the Secret War comic book series of the same name released in 2004–2005, in which several Marvel superheroes fought against villains equipped with high-tech weapons.

The combat ability "Arms Race" will allow you to create a powerful explosion around you, which deals damage to all enemies in a wide range of actions. The explosion also stuns nearby enemies, temporarily disabling all firearms. For a few seconds, you won't have to worry about ranged weapons.

Stark costume

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Spider Brother" - Summons an ally to fight by your side for a limited time.
  • What you need to get this costume : 3 crime tokens, 1 base token, and 1 science token (requires level 9).
Stark's costume is based on the latest Marvel Spider-Man films. This is what Tony Stark wore in Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Spider-Brother's combat ability is one of the best in this game. You can launch a small drone that attacks enemies with fire projectiles. They stun and shock enemies with electricity. With their help, you can quickly and easily destroy small groups of thugs.

Negative

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Negative Wave" - ​​Synchronization of the nanogrid to generate a crushing wave of negative energy.
  • What you need to get this costume: 1 Base Token, 2 Landmark Tokens, 1 Science Token (requires level 11).

The "Negative" costume is made in black and white and is based on the story associated not only with the new villain Mister Negative, but also with the appearance of Spider-Man in the Negative Zone s, it was there that his costume was discolored. However, in other stories, Peter's costume was discolored as a result of an attack by Mister Negative himself.

The negative wave combat ability has a small attack range compared to the same Arms Race but deals much more damage - akin to the shock wave that a demon brute creates when attacking the ground.

Insulated suit

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Shock Strike" - high-capacity capacitors connected to the suit's gloves and shocking enemies.
  • What you need to get this costume : 3 crime tokens, 1 base token, 1 science token (requires level 13).
The insulated suit is based on a set that first appeared in issue 425 of the comic. It was invented by Peter's girlfriend and girlfriend Gwen Stacy. The main reason is the need to confront Electro. Red and gray design with inserts on the arms and legs.

The combat ability "Shock Strike" allows you to charge all your attacks with electric energy. Instead of the usual web, an electrified one will fly at enemies. All your melee attacks will also be electrified, allowing you to stun your opponents. Moreover, electric charges will move from one enemy to another, provided that they are standing in close proximity.

Spider-Punk

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Hard Rock" - defeating enemies with crushing acoustic waves.
  • What you need to get this costume: 2 backpack tokens, 3 crime tokens, 2 tokens of sights Tokens (requires level 6).
  • Only available to pre-orderers.
Spider-Punk's costume is based on another incarnation of Spider-Man from the Earth-138 universe, where Spider-Man is assisted by his alter ego, Hobie Brown.

The combat ability "Hard Rock" allows you to explode opponents, knocking them into the air from the initial explosion, and then knocking them back in continued waves emanating from Spider-Man's guitar.

wrestler costume

  • Which skill unlocks the costume: "King of the Ring" - the ability to throw on the web of enemies not entwined with the web.
  • What you need to get this costume: 2 backpack tokens, 2 base tokens, and 2 science tokens (requires level 19).
The wrestler costume is based on the first homemade kit created by Peter Parker himself when he expended his energy on fighting tournaments in an attempt to earn money. As a result, this negligent attitude led to several dishonest acts and the death of Uncle Ben.

The combat ability "King of the Ring" will allow you to stop using spider gadgets to stun enemies. Instead, for a limited amount of time, you can toss all opponents into the air as many times as you like.

Fear and horror

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Quadruple Strike" - the activation of artificial muscles based on nanostructures, which allows you to deal massive damage.
  • What you need to get this costume: 2 base tokens, 6 challenge tokens, and 3 science tokens (requires level 21).
The Fear Itself costume is a direct reference to The Fear Itself comic crossover of the same name, in which the Marvel Super Hero Squad went up against the Asgardian god the Serpent.

The combat ability Quadruple Strike significantly increases the damage of your attacks. Despite such a long cooldown, you get a significant increase in all melee attacks, and in a matter of seconds, you can destroy a huge enemy group.

Camouflage suit "First-class"

  • What skill unlocks the suit: "Distortion Field" - Creates a distortion field that impairs the vision of enemies that are not in a state of alarm.
  • What you need to get this costume: 2 base tokens, 4 challenge tokens, and 3 landmark tokens (requires level 23).
The First-Class Disguise Suit is based on the Marvel Comics High Stakes story arc. In it, Spider-Man creates a new suit (this happens in the 650th issue) using light and sound wave bending technology, which makes it a set that is ideal for stealth movement.

The Warp Field combat ability allows you to sneak up on and kill unsuspecting enemies. If you have not attacked the enemy, then he cannot see your movements and techniques, which makes the task easier.

Spider Armor MK III

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Titanium Alloy Plates" is a dynamic semi-fluid "smart alloy" that can temporarily reflect bullets back at enemies.
  • What you need to get this costume: 2 base tokens, 4 challenge tokens, and 4 crime tokens (requires level 26).
The Mk III suit was designed by Peter Parker himself at Horizon Labs when he set out to confront the supervillain Rhino.

The combat ability Titanium Alloy Plates grants you a tough reinforced layer that will deflect almost all bullets except those fired from sniper weapons.

Black suit "Spider-Man 2099"

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Low Gravity" - weakening gravity while in the air.
  • What you need to get this costume: 2 base tokens, 4 crime tokens, and 4 science tokens (requires level 29).
One of the 2099 costumes worn by Miguel O'Hara of Earth-TRN706. Dyed black and tinged with blue, the costume is complete with a skull design and a cloak made from a web-like material.

The combat ability "Low Gravity" will allow you to hover in the air for longer, performing more moves and carefully calculating your actions before landing. You will be able to dash up or beat opponents on the fly with your feet.

Iron Spider Suit

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Iron Hands" - crush enemies with four artificial hands made of a monoatomic crystal alloy.
  • What you need to get this costume : 3 base tokens, 3 challenge tokens, and 4 crime tokens (requires level 31).
  • Only available to pre-orderers.
This combat kit was designed by Tony Stark. The specific version of the costume was taken from the Avengers: Infinity War movie (note the gold inlays confirming our hunch).

The Iron Hands combat ability greatly increases melee damage and also increases range as you now attack with four giant spider limbs that emerge from your hero's back.

Speed

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: Blitz - Micro gyroscopes allow you to run faster, and real-time momentum transmission helps knock down opponents.
  • What you need to get this costume: 2 backpack tokens, 4 challenge tokens, and 2 landmark tokens required (level 33).
  • Only available to pre-orderers.
The Speed ​​suit was designed by renowned comic book artist and film character designer Adi Granov. He did not meet anywhere else. It can be identified by its eye visors, clearer plating, and a glowing blue spider symbol (which glows even in the dark).

The combat ability Blitz not only increases movement speed but also allows you to knock down all enemies for some time.

Spider Armor MK IV

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Force Shield" - Generates an energy shield that temporarily absorbs any damage.
  • What you need to get this costume: 4 base tokens, 4 challenge tokens, 3 landmark tokens (requires level 35).

This armor is based on a set developed by Parker in the stories in which Parker Industries becomes a global technology corporation. This is one of the most technologically advanced combat kits, which was created using liquid nanotechnology that responds to mental and sound commands.

The combat ability "Force Shield" allows you to become invulnerable to all types of damage for some time. The time interval is relatively small, so I recommend activating this skill at those moments when you can really die.

Spider Soul

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Spiritual fire" - broadcasting unstable waves of destructive astral energy from ... well, from somewhere.
  • What you need to get this costume: 6 base tokens, 6 challenge tokens, and 6 crime tokens (requires level 37).
The combat set is based on the reality in which Peter Parker's uncle Ben survived. Eventually, other Spider-Men began to appear in the universe and he was able to absorb their powers. After trying to absorb Spider-Man from Earth-616 (our universe), things went wrong and this version of Peter Parker fell into a coma and his spirit ended up in Hell. The spirit was later released and given a chance at redemption and the ability to fight crime as the Flaming Skull Ghost Spider.

The combat ability "Spiritual Fire" allows you to set fire to the skull of the Ghost Spider. All of your attacks deal bonus Hellfire damage and stun enemies with blue flames.

Spider-Man 2099 white suit

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: Knockback is a focused wave that knocks enemies into the air with each attack.
  • What you need to get this costume: 4 base tokens, 4 challenge tokens, and 4 crime tokens (requires level 39).
Another of Spider-Man 2099's battle suits worn by Miguel O'Hara. This costume was created at Parker Industries by Peter Parker himself. It glows red, but it can change its color.

The combat ability "Knockback" imbues your melee attacks with a shockwave that knocks back enemies. You can throw enemies off rooftops or launch them straight into walls.

Retro comic

  • Which skill unlocks the costume: "Taunt" - an insult to your enemies.
  • What you need to get this costume: 4 backpack tokens, 4 challenge tokens, and 4 crime tokens (requires level 41).
The iconic vintage comic book costume is based on early issues of The Amazing Spider-Man. It has a stylized black outline, which makes the character stand out in the game (as if the cartoon character was in a regular movie).

The combat ability "Taunt" does not actually buff you. Instead, it has a short cooldown and, when activated, sharpens Peter's mind, allowing him to joke and taunt his enemies with even greater enthusiasm.

Last push

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Unbridled Rage" - Enemies, including those with shields, cannot block or interrupt your attacks.
  • What you need to get this costume: 20 crime tokens (requires level 45).
This costume was based on the alternate universe version of Peter Parker, where he killed Kraven the Hunter and became a darker hero. His new anti-hero tendencies led to his expulsion from the Avengers. Ultimately, he kills Doctor Octopus. In his "final push", he refuses to turn himself into the NYPD.

Encounter Ability Unbridled Wrath is an amazing offensive skill that allows you to immediately destroy any enemy attacked, including enemies with shields or brutes.

linen

  • Which skill unlocks the costume: "Equal chances" - everyone, including yourself, is knocked out with one hit.
  • What you need to get this costume: you need to complete all the story and side tasks, as well as explore each area 100%.

Homemade costume

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Find all 55 backpacks.

Empire State student costume

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Complete all 50 Photo Challenges.

It is not easy to find all the places to complete the photo tests, so a separate guide will be devoted to these tests.

Suit "Anti-Ok"

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: "Recharge" - a distributed nanonet that instantly replenishes the ammo of the selected gadget.
  • What you need to get this costume: Complete the main storyline.

dark suit

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Complete all Black Cat challenges.

This costume was created thanks to the Symbiont. Instead of a white logo, it displays a red spider. Although associated with Venom and the Symbiont suit, this battle set is inspired by early Marvel comics, in which the Black Cat creates a copy of him without alien particles.

All costumes from additions in detail

You will receive the costumes listed below automatically with the presence of story expansions 1, 2, 3, and one free DLC.

Suit "Flexibility"

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Available by default in the first expansion

The Spider-Man costume was designed by Marvel illustrator Gabriel Del'Otto.

UK Spider Suit

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Available by default in the first expansion

Spider-Man's alternate costume is used by other characters from different universes.

Crimson Spider II

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Available by default in the first expansion
The Crimson Spider Costume II is an alternate version of the original Crimson Spider costume that you can unlock in the original game.

Spider Armor MK I

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Available by default in the second expansion

The MKI Spider Armor is one of the first modifications created by Peter Parker to protect against ballistic threats.

Spider Clan Costume

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Available by default in the second expansion

The Spider Clan suit is found in the Marvel Mangaverse comic series.

Iron Spider Armor

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Available by default in the second expansion
The Iron Spider suit is Tony Stark's classic modified armor from the Marvel Civil War crossover comics.

Suit "Through universes"

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Available by default in the third add-on
The Into the Spider-Verse costume was taken from the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse cartoon released a few years ago. Based on the stylistic costume design from this film.

Cyber ​​Spiderman

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Available by default in the third add-on

The Cyber ​​Spiderman suit is based on the Dealing Arms comics released in the 90s.

Aaron Aikman armor

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: Available by default in the third add-on
The final story costume from the expansion was designed by Aaron Aikman and featured in the Edge of the Spider-Verse comic book series.

gossamer suit

  • Which skill unlocks the suit: No skill associated with the suit
  • What you need to get this costume: From the free add-on, by default.
This battle pack is based on Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy starring Tobey Maguire. A black cobweb is visible over the red suit.

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