Insomniac and Sony put the bad guys from Spider-Man in the spotlight.

In a few weeks, you’ll finally be able to throw Insomniac’s Spider-Man game into your PlayStation 4 and swing across New York from your living room. To prepare you for the game and all the enemies you will encounter, Sony has already put all the necessary information on their official site.

A ton of information and screenshots have been shared on the official website of the latest Spider-Man game. This time, all the bad guys that appear in the game are put in the limelight, including a profile, so that we know what to expect should we have to beat one of these enemies.

Mister Negative

Insomniac and Sony put the bad guys from Spider-Man in the spotlight

Mister Negative is a man divided. To the citizens of New York City he is Martin Li, respected businessman, philanthropist, and founder of the acclaimed FEAST shelters. But to the underworld he is known as Mister Negative, an upstart crime boss in command of the fearsome Inner Demons and wielder of a dark energy that he uses to destroy anything or anyone standing in his way. Obsessed with exacting revenge against a high-ranking New York City official whom he believes is responsible for his corruptive abilities, Mister Negative is a driving force behind a violent master plan that may rot the Big Apple to its core.

Kingpin

Insomniac and Sony put the bad guys from Spider-Man in the spotlight

Wilson Fisk, who publicly acts as a philanthropist and legitimate businessman, secretly controls New York City’s organized crime families as the feared Kingpin. Spider-Man has spent years trying to incriminate him and finally does so – only to quickly learn that maybe Fisk was right when he said, “I’m the one who brought order to this city!” Spider-Man soon finds himself in the bizarre position of saving Fisk’s men to unravel a larger mystery of a new citywide menace.

Electro

Insomniac and Sony put the bad guys from Spider-Man in the spotlight

With the ability to harness and wield electricity, Max Dillon has a larger mission in mind: to evolve his final form by transforming himself into pure, living energy. Enlisting the help of a sinister mastermind to help him in his twisted quest, Electro has agreed to help dismantle one of the most powerful men in New York City.

Rhino

Insomniac and Sony put the bad guys from Spider-Man in the spotlight

Granted superhuman strength by artificially crafted skin, Aleksei Sytsevich wants to shed the protective coverings and thuggish reputation as the Rhino, and he’s found a sinister someone who can help him do it. Of course, Rhino will need to pay this mastermind back once he’s been sprung from The Raft to wreak havoc on a powerful New York City magnate.

Scorpion

While he’s been safely behind bars at The Raft for the last few years, the maniacal Mac Gargan has been freed to renew his heated rivalry with Spider-Man. In exchange for the promise of a cleaned criminal record, the Scorpion is determined to strike down Spider-Man once and for all with his vicious venomous stinger.

Insomniac and Sony put the bad guys from Spider-Man in the spotlight

Vulture

Vulture has vexed Spider-Man with his lethal flight suit since Peter Parker first learned to channel his web-slinging abilities. Now Adrian Toomes suffers from spinal cancer due to the power produced from his winged rig. A particularly sinister villain has devised a plan to save Adrian’s life and free him from The Raft prison… in exchange for helping fix a vendetta against a city icon.

Shocker

Insomniac and Sony put the bad guys from Spider-Man in the spotlight

What’s the best way to rob a bank? Herman Schultz prefers to literally shock and awe, using a high-tech suit with gauntlets that blast intense vibrational waves to crush vaults and elude the police. Shocker has been a long-time Spider-Man nemesis, but something more sinister has motivated Schultz this time around…

A Japanese trailer for the game has also been released today. Despite the fact that the video only shows 30 seconds of Spider-Man, the images are explosive and provide the necessary hype incentives. Check out the trailer below.

Spider-Man will release for PlayStation 4 on September 7.

Jacco has already been able to try out the game extensively. Check out his preview here! And 20 minutes of Spidey gameplay will be fun to check out on your broke Monday too.

Insomniac and Sony put the bad guys from Spider-Man in the spotlight