The latest updates for the PS4 exclusive "Spider-Man" game reveal new gameplay features that will improve the players' experience before it launches on September 7. Insomniac Games intends to showcase these improvements to see how far did they progress when they started the project. However, the publisher announced that it will not have a playable demo for PlayStation 4 console and Spidey's nemesis, Venom, will not be included in the game.

The game will have player's take the role of Peter Parker as he tries to balance a normal life and fighting crime as New York City's resident hero. Peter will encounter new threats and he will wear a new suit complete new gadgets for stopping bad guys.

No 'Spider-Man' demo for the PS4

According to WCCFTech, game director Bryan Intihar made several announcements on Twitter for "Spider-Man" as he confirmed that the game will not have a playable demo for the PS4 console, much to the chagrin of the video game fans.

Intihar added that the game will not feature any online leaderboards and it is locked in 30fps for the PS4 and PS4 Pro consoles. Despite the let downs, Intihar offered one good news as they made some progress with the crafting feature in the game. He tweeted that Insomniac will explain the materials needed to craft materials to improve Spidey's suit in the game.

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So far, the new "Spider-Man" game will feature dynamic web-swinging in an open-world New York City as Peter can spot criminal activities and dangerous scenarios along the way. The combat system will allow Spidey to dish out several combos and air joggles, as well as, using new web-based gadgets to trap enemies or clear out large groups.

Insomniac Games announced that they will showcase more details about the game at San Diego Comic-Con as part of Marvel's video game line-up.

Venom not added to the story

Insomniac Games art director, Jacinda Chew, announced on Twitter that the fan-favorite villain, Venom, will not be included in "Spider-Man" as she stated that he was "too big" for the story.

PlayStationLifeStyle reported that Marvel fans were okay with Insomniac's decision of not adding Venom in the game as they feel that the developers will save the Symbiote storylines for a possible sequel.

Other fans, however, feel indifferent to not including the alien anti-hero in the story considering he is a major threat in Peter's life.

The new E3 2018 gameplay featured more Spider-Man villains such as Scorpion, Vulture, Rhino, Electro, and Shocker. They are joined by the game's principal antagonist Martin Li, but players discovered that he works for a higher power and they speculated that true mastermind behind them could be Norman Osborn, Kingpin, or Doctor Octopus.

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