All Spider-Man 2 PS5 suits so far, how to unlock, powers

You’ve got to look your best when you’re fighting crime, so here are all of the Marvel's Spider-Man 2 PS5 suits and how to unlock them.

Spider-Man 2 PS5 suits: Miles Morales in front of the red Spider-Man game background

Like the first game, there are plenty of Spider-Man 2 PS5 suits to dress up Peter and Miles in, and you’ll want to wear the best threads when you’re shooting webs (sorry, it was right there!). From suits that you’ll never want to take off, to some that may look terrible but have a great power, there are a lot of options to choose from.

Ahead of the Spider-Man 2 PS5 release date, we know about plenty of the suits you’ll be able to unlock in what might be one of the best PS5 games of the generation. So, before you meet up with your favorite characters and fight some Spider-Man 2 PS5 villains, here’s every costume you can get. If you’re still working your way through the various Spidey stories – from comics to movies – be aware that there will be spoilers ahead for a number of them as we drop the lore for each suit.

Spider-Man 2 suits list

There are 20 confirmed Spider-Man 2 PS5 suits that you can unlock in the game:

  • Advanced Suit 2.0 – Peter Parker
  • Classic Suit – Miles Morales
  • Black Suit – Peter Parker
  • Arachknight Suit – Peter Parker
  • Shadow-Spider Suit – Miles Morales
  • Tactical Suit – Peter Parker
  • Aurantia Suit – Peter Parker
  • 25th Century Suit – Peter Parker
  • Stone Monkey Suit – Peter Parker
  • Apunkalyptic Suit – Peter Parker
  • Agimat Suit – Miles Morales
  • Red Spectre Suit – Miles Morales
  • Encoded Suit – Miles Morales
  • Biomechanical Suit – Miles Morales
  • Tokusatsu Suit – Miles Morales
  • Superior Spider-Man Suit – Peter Parker
  • Family Business Suit – Miles Morales
  • Civil War (2015) Suit – Peter Parker
  • Tobey Maguire Symbiote Suit – Peter Parker
  • Puerto Rican Suit – Miles Morales

According to Insomniac senior creative director Bryan Intihar, you’ll be able to get your mitts on over 65 different suits all-told. Many of the suits also have additional options to change the colorway, meaning you can further customize to your liking by changing Spider-Man 2 suit color variants. This, Intihar says, will give you “more than 200 different ways to outfit your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.” Sheesh. You can find a deeper dive into each of them below, what we currently know about their powers, and how you can get them.

Spider-Man 2 suits: Peter Parker in Advanced Suit 2.0 walking away from a hunter

Advanced Suit 2.0 – Peter Parker

How to Unlock: Default

Bringing back the iconic Advanced Suit from the first game, the second version of Peter Parker’s suit features some white outlines as well as the ability to use web wings. From the first game, we know that during collectible hunting that Peter tried to make web wings work before, but it seems now that he’s got them working. Hopefully, thanks to either Miles or Ganke’s help.

Spider-Man 2 suits: Miles Morales in classic suit angrily talking to Martin Li from trailer

Classic Suit – Miles Morales

How to Unlock: Default

Miles Morales’ Classic Suit is the culmination of some pivotal story beats in his spin-off game, which helped him define himself as being his own Spider-Man. This black-and-red suit harkens back to the comics version of the character, while also looking superb against Peter’s classic blue-and-red color scheme.

Spider-Man 2 suits: Black Suit Spider-Man in Spider-Man 2 gameplay trailer

Black Suit – Peter Parker

The Black Suit looks so good, that it will make you want to awkwardly dance in the streets. Created by the symbiote, this suit allows Peter to bring out his inner emo and become an angry, no-shit-given superhero that is definitely bordering anti-hero. This suit will likely be unlocked by story progress, given that Venom is one of the main villains of the game.

If Peter does lose the symbiote and is unable to use its powers, even in the post-story part of the game, it is likely that Peter will still be able to equip the black suit without the symbiote’s powers. In the comics, Peter received a black suit from Black Cat after he ditched the symbiote, and he used it as it made him feel more powerful and Black Cat said the black was sexier.

Spider-Man 2 suits: Arachknight and Shadow-Spider suits in pre-order poster for Spider-Man 2

Arachknight Suit – Peter Parker

How to Unlock: Pre-order bonus

As an early unlock suit, both the Arachknight Suit and Shadow-Spider Suit can be equipped earlier if you’re willing to place your Spider-Man 2 pre-orders right now. However, these costumes are available to unlock through normal gameplay, and we imagine this will be similar to the first game by using tokens from various content.

The Ararchknight Suit is based on a Peter Parker that merged with Moon Knight, thanks to some Infinity Stone shenanigans from Gamora. In a world fittingly titled Warp World, two souls were combined within the Soul Stone, with Peter Parker having four distinct personalities thanks to becoming Arachknight.

Shadow-Spider Suit – Miles Morales

How to Unlock: Pre-order bonus

Also an early unlock suit, you can equip this as soon as the ability to switch suits is open to you, providing you pre-order the game ahead of launch. However, you can still get the Shadow-Spider Suit through normal gameplay.

The Shadow-Spider Suit is one that Miles got in an alternate Earth where Peter Parker and Green Goblin kill each other during their climatic fight, with Miles’ father after the remaining Spider-Man when an accident kills the Prowler, Miles’ uncle, during a fight.

Spider-Man 2 suits: Spider-Man 2 deluxe edition suits poster

Tactical Suit – Peter Parker

How to Unlock: Digital Deluxe edition exclusive

An original suit designed by Joel Mandish from Bend Studios, the Tactical Suit for Peter Parker seems to be inspired by the Spider-Man 2099 white suit, as well as appearing to nicely fit the armored suit variants from the first game. It doesn’t directly reflect a comic version of our wall-crawler but it looks great.

Aurantia Suit – Peter Parker

How to Unlock: Digital Deluxe edition exclusive

Designed by Raf Grassetti, this unique suit is a red, black, and yellow suit with a ninja-like half-mask covering the bottom half of the iconic normal Spider-Man suit. The yellow accents seem to be inspired by the Iron Spider costume, while the Aurantia name references the Argiope aurantia, a species of spider known as ‘yellow garden spiders”.

25th Century Suit – Peter Parker

How to Unlock: Digital Deluxe edition exclusive

Passionately created by Anthony Francisco, the 25th Century Suit further pushes Peter Parker’s designs into the future with a silver-chested suit that offers a bubble helmet, reminiscent of Mysterio and Peter’s friend, Ant-Man. It’s accented by a blue light within the silver chest, while still having red undertones.

Stone Monkey Suit – Peter Parker

How to Unlock: Digital Deluxe edition exclusive

An original creation from Victoria Ying, the Stone Monkey Suit is a blue-oriented suit with a red chest piece, accented with gold, especially with the golden spider front-and-center. It seems inspired by the tales of Sun Wukong, with the various drawings and art pieces in the modern day offering red, blue, and gold clothing for the Monkey King.

Apunkalyptic Suit – Peter Parker

How to Unlock: Digital Deluxe edition exclusive

A unique suit worthy of Spider-Punk, the Apunkalyptic Suit still focuses on Spider-Man’s iconic red scheme but with a mix-match of blacks, golds, and different accessories to keep the idea of Spider-Punks non-consistency. This suit was designed by Jerad Marantz.

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Agimat Suit – Miles Morales

How to Unlock: Digital Deluxe edition exclusive

Crafted by designer Anthony Francisco, the Agimat Suit is a purple-centric suit that features golden circuity wrapping around the body. It seems almost like a Black Panther mixed with the Prowler suit worthy of Miles’ story. Considering how decorated the Agimat Suit is, it could be a reference to the Filipino word for charm, which is Agimat.

Red Spectre Suit – Miles Morales

How to Unlock: Digital Deluxe edition exclusive

Designed by Sweeny Boo, the Red Spectre Suit offers a Spider-Gwen-like look, sporting a hood over a black-and-red suit with a bold white spider that covers the entire chest, being an interesting design echoing Spider-Man’s Advanced Suit but with much more flair. It also allows for Miles’ dreadlocks to come out of the suit, with red flairs at the ends of his hair.

Encoded Suit – Miles Morales

How to Unlock: Digital Deluxe edition exclusive

An original creation by artist Kris Anka, the Encoded Suit is a black-and-yellow centric suit that offers Miles a similar futuristic look which many of Peter’s suits from the first game focus on. It features bolt-like accessories around key joints of the suit, with an armor-focused design for the chest piece.

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Biomechanical Suit – Miles Morales

How to Unlock: Digital Deluxe edition exclusive

Created by Jerad Marantz, who also created the Apunkalyptic Suit for Peter Parker, the Biomechanical Suit emphasizes the spider-like features with a mouth reminiscent of a spider. It follows the traditional black-and-red color scheme of Miles’ Classic Suit, featuring a red fiber-like design and spider underneath black or dark gray armor pieces.

Tokusatsu Suit – Miles Morales

How to Unlock: Digital Deluxe edition exclusive

Another original creation from Julia Blattman, the Tokusatsu Suit is inspired by Japanese Tokusatsu films and media, which focuses on practical special effects, mainly within the genres of horror, science fiction, and fantasy. The Tokusatsu Suit seems eerily similar to Power Rangers’ iconic designs, sporting black and red, and considering the Power Rangers was adapted from the Tokusatsu series Super Sentai, this definitely makes sense.

Marvel's Spider-Man 2 suits: Superior

Superior Spider-Man Suit – Peter Parker

Superior Spider-Man remains one of the most controversial Spidey series to this day, and its notoriety has gotten fans salivating at the thought of Peter and Doc Ock intertwining once again in Insomniac’s game.

With a 10th Anniversary one-shot on the way, we would’ve been shocked if the Superior Suit didn’t make the cut. Needless to say, if Scorpion makes a cameo, he should probably steer well-clear of you if you aren’t looking to pull your punches in this suit.

Marvel's Spider-Man 2 suits: Family Business

Family Business Suit – Miles Morales

An original design for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, the Family Business suit comes in a wide array of colorways – we’re particularly attached to the purple and green for the Green Goblin vibes.

Marvel's Spider-Man 2 suits: Civil War 2

Civil War (2015) Suit – Peter Parker

If you’re racking your brain to try and remember this particular suit from either the iconic 2006 Civil War comic series, or the Captain America Civil War movie which arrived a decade later, it’s because it doesn’t actually come from either piece of media.

Pater donned this suit in volume two of the 2015 alternate Civil War comic miniseries, which formed a part of the Secret Wars event. Secret Wars effectively saw the destruction of the multiverse, leaving only a Doom-ruled world known as ‘Battleworld’ behind. Due to the scale of the event, the vast majority of Marvel comic series produced at the time were set within Battleworld – 2015’s Civil War, of course, being one of them.

Marvel's Spider-Man 2 suits: Tobey Maguire Symbiote

Tobey Maguire Symbiote Suit – Peter Parker

If there’s anything more iconic than Bully Maguire’s dance moves in Spider-Man 3 (2007), then it’s the Symbiote suit he dons throughout the movie. While snagging the Tobey Maguire Symbiote Suit won’t fix your two left feet, it will jazz up your look in a big way.

Marvel's Spider-Man 2 suits: Miles in the Puerto Rican suit

Puerto Rican Suit – Miles Morales

The Puerto Rican Suit was made especially for Miles by Shuri so he could properly celebrate his boricua heritage in the first volume of the Marvel’s Voices: Community comics. As far as we’re aware, it has only ever been shown in that single panel.

Insomniac has historically endeavored to fully-represent Miles’s Hispanic lineage – you can read all about how the studio honors it here – so it’s great to see the developer continue to do so with the inclusion of Miles’s Puerto Rican suit.

Speculated Spider-Man 2 PS5 suits

We believe that many of the suits from the first game and its spin-off will be present here, including suits like Iron Spider and Spider-Man 2099 for Peter Parker, as well as an Across the Spider-Verse suit for Miles Morales, and a Prowler-centric suit like Purple Reign.

We’d love to see some more Spider-Verse-related suits, like an updated Spider-Punk suit for Peter Parker which would allow for Spider-Punks visual style from ATSV to be in the game. We also hope the live-action suits, such as The Amazing Spider-Man and Raimi suits to be back again.

In terms of whacky or damn-right different designs, stuff like the Threats and Menaces suit would be great. We especially hope that there’s an Advanced Black Suit for a symbiotic version of Insomniac Games’ original design.

Those are the Spider-Man 2 PS5 suits in the game, as well as ones that we speculate could be coming. It’s unfortunate that there’s no Spider-Man 2 multiplayer so we can show off our incredible costumes to a friend, but we can at least show off our Spider-Man 2 DualSense to anyone who pops over.