5 Things to Do After Beating Spider-Man PS4
So you did it. You faced off against Doc Octopus on top of Oscorp Tower and lived to tell the tale. After the epic conclusion to Spider-Man on PS4, you may be wondering what to do next? Well I’m here to help you answer that question. Here are 5 things to do after beating Spider-Man on PS4.
Get the Spider-Man Platinum Trophy
If you haven’t done so already, I highly recommend grabbing the Platinum Trophy for Spider-Man. The reason I suggest this is because it is fairly easy to do, and it requires only a single playthrough to complete. To get the Platinum Trophy you need to complete 50 total Trophies. For a complete list of all Trophies, check out this post by PlayStation Trophies for a complete Trophy list.
Unlock Any Suits You Don’t Have
The bulk of the Suits you get in Spider-Man can be acquired by by simply playing through the game. However, there are a few more difficult Suits to collect like the ESU Suit, Undies, and the Dark Suit. If you are looking for more stuff to do in Spider-Man and don’t have all the Suits unlocked, work towards unlocking them. Some of the secret suits are pretty fun. Note: click on each Suit above to go to a guide on obtaining it.
100% All Districts
Every district in Spider-Man features a number of activities you can complete. These activities range from collecting items to stopping crimes. Completing every activity in a district will 100% that district and contributes to your overall game progress. 100% every district is one step you need to complete if you want to unlock the Undies Suit.
Reach Ultimate Level in Every Taskmaster Challenge
Taskmaster challenges are located across the different districts of New York. These challenges track your score and award you different levels depending on how you do. There are a total of three possible levels you can unlock: Amazing, Spectacular, and Ultimate. If you want to really challenge yourself, try to beat every Taskmaster challenge with an Ultimate Level score.
Wait for the Story DLC to Drop
If you’ve done everything on this list already, there really isn’t much endgame content left for you to explore. Instead you can put Spider-Man aside (for now) and come back to it when the Story DLC drops. The DLC content is slated to release episodically and it is called Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps. In the DLC pack, players will get access to three episodes: The Heist releasing October 23, Turf Wars releasing in November, and Silver Linings releasing in December. The DLC promises to add new missions and challenges, a new enemy faction and three new suits to unlock.