Amazing Spider-Man: new DLC out today in the US, later this year Europe

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 25 September 2012 14:00 GMT

The Amazing Spider-Man has new content on the way today in the US and more content has arrived and is on the way for Europe.

The content includes DLC previously available through pre-order and other incentives and is out today on PS3 in the US and on Xbox 360, and Steam today everywhere and includes: the Rhino Challenge Pack, Oscorp Search & Destroy Pack, and the Stan Lee Adventure Pack.

The Rhino Challenge Pack, Oscorp Search & Destroy Pack, and Stan Lee Adventure Pack will arrive on PSN tomorrow, September 26 via the weekly PS Store Update.

The newest DLC, the Lizard Rampage Pack, allows players to don Dr. Connors’ alter ego as they “go berserk through the streets using his devastating stomp attack and tail swipe to defeat Oscorp guards and earn mega points.” You will have to hurry though.

Use his boost jump to bound great distances over the city; destroy blast towers to buy yourself more time; and more. It also comes with the Vigilante Spider-Man Suit from the feature film, the suit Peter Parker dons to fight crime before developing his famous costume.

It’s downloadable on Xbox Live for 320 Microsoft Points, and will run you $3.99 on PSN and Steam. It is available on all three platforms in the US today and will be available later in the year in Europe.

The Amazing Spider-Man Bundle Pack is also available today and contains all four content pack for $9.99. It is available through the PlayStation Store and on Steam for $9.99. It will be made available in Europe later this year.

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