Spider-Man Remastered Mod Adds No Way Home’s Final Suit

A modder has added Spider-Man: No Way Home's Final Suit to Spider-Man Remastered.

One of the most exciting things about Spider-Man finally make its way to PC is the modding scene, and there have already been some absolute bangers. From the obvious inclusions like the Symbiote Suit, to the much darker picks like being able to play as Uncle Ben's gravestone, there's already a healthy modding scene for Insomniac's take on Spider-Man. Modders are also steadfast in adding Pride Flags, which we love to see.

Aside from the Symbiote Suit, the most obvious suit to add to the game is the one we saw at the end of Spider-Man: No Way Home, nicknamed the "Final Suit". Before the release of No Way Home, Insomniac added two of the film's new outfits to the game but, for whatever reason, missed out the Final Suit. That wrong has finally been righted thanks to Nexus Mods modder Andrei867.

The mod, which is available on Nexus Mods now, swaps out the Upgraded suit for a custom Final Swing suit, one that might as well have been made by Insomniac itself. All of the main details are there from No Way Home, including the more handmade look, the glossier blue, a brighter red, and the moveable eyes that Tom Holland's Peter Parker included in his version of the suit.

By far the most impressive detail of the suit is that it actually has the new Spider-Man logo on the front and back. In No Way Home, the Final Suit has two different logos, one for the front and one for the back, both of which seem to take inspiration from Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man logo which has much longer legs.

That similarity to other Spider-Man outfits was no mistake in No Way Home. Following its release, the film's script was released online and the page that detailed Peter Parker's last swing in the new suit mentions that it is, "new for him, but reminiscent of suits he’s seen before", confirming that it takes inspiration from Tobey and Andrew.

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