The latest updates for the PS4 exclusive "Spider-Man" video game reveal new details of its DLC episodes and a new gameplay trailer. Insomniac Games announced the release dates of the 'City That Never Sleeps' DLC episodes and the first chapter will launch in October.

IGN streamed a new trailer focusing on Peter Parker's relationships with his friends, family, and villains in the game. "Spider-Man" will feature an open-world New York City as players swing around buildings and fight crime. Peter will also struggle to balance his already complicated life as a new menace terrorizes his city in the form of Martin Li and the Demons Hand.

DLC release dates revealed

According to Gematsu, Insomniac Games will launch the first chapter of the "City That Never Sleeps" DLC for "Spider-Man" on October 23. Dubbed "The Heist," the first chapter will focus on Peter's encounter with Felicia Hardy (a.k.a. Black Cat) as she returns to New York City causing all sorts of mischief for the web-slinger.

Black Cat will leave behind several clues within the city for Peter to figure out. The DLC will also feature a new enemy faction, missions, challenges, and three additional Spidey suits. The remaining two DLCs are "Turf Wars" and "Silver Linings," and they will be available in November and December.

A new Spidey trailer streamed

According to Screen Rant, the new IGN trailer for "Spider-Man" will feature Peter's relationship with his supporting cast and Rogues Gallery in the latest segment of J. Jonah Jamerson's radio show.

Jameson begins to berate Spider-Man yet again for being a menace in New York City and claims that his crime-fighting antics will only bring more harm not just for the citizens, but the for the people that are close and dear to him. Peter calls the show under the name "Ben Reilly" and explains that Spidey is doing the best he can do to earn the people's trust and protect his loved ones.

The Daily Bugle chief editor also blamed Spidey for the emergence of super-powered criminals such as Electro, Vulture, and Rhino that are rampaging around the city. Jameson urged the citizens to support Silver Sable's mercenary group to protect them instead of Spider-Man, but Peter is skeptical about them since they are working for the city's new mayor, Norman Osborn.

The previous IGN trailers featured the game's impressive open-world activities, combat system, web-based gadgets, upgrade system, and the abilities of each Spidey suits. "Spider-Man" will launch on September 7 for the PlayStation 4 console.