New Spider-Man: Far From Home Video Goes Through All Of Peter’s Suits

Peter Parker is a superhero of many suits, each with a flashy look of their own. And with Spider-Man: Far From Home debuting in the next couple of weeks, it’s a good time to review just which ones will be present in the film.

So if you’re curious as to the full complement of Mr. Parker’s latest finery, then you’re in luck! Not only is there a new video showing off the suits, but we’ve compiled a quick list of what those suits look to entail thus far. With that in mind, check out this latest video for Spider-Man: Far From Home:

By our count, we see four suits in total in this Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer, and while that doesn’t seem like a lot when comparing Peter to his mentor, the late great Tony Stark, this is still an impressive number of suit changes. Then again, Spider-Man has been enlisted to help Nick Fury, Maria Hill and Quentin Beck in fighting against four titanic villains known as “The Elementals,” so it looks like he’ll need each and every costume change we’re about to see.

So now it’s time to look at all four outfits that are on display.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Spider-Man wearing his "original" suit at Aunt May's charity event

“Original Suit”

We start with Peter Parker’s tried and true underoos. It’s his basic suit that originated in Captain America: Civil War, and continued to be his ‘original’ duds when kicking off his own franchise in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Though, as everyone knows, this gave way to a brand new suit that Peter would start to use in the name of crime fighting.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Spider-Man watches the bad guys get webbed up in his Iron Spider suit

“New Suit”

Dubbed the “Iron Spider” suit, we saw a glimpse of this suit at the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming, when Peter Parker was offered to make Spider-Man an official Avenger. But once he became an official Avenger in Avengers: Infinity War, Peter was given this suit to stop him from suffocating in space as he tried to tag along with Tony Stark to save Doctor Strange.

Despite literally biting the dust in this metal suit, complete with robotic spider’s legs that can move and block attacks, Spider-Man still has it in the rotation in Spider-Man: Far From Home. Though there’s two more suits to go, so let’s look at something a bit newer in the Parker Collection.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Spider-Man wearing his stealth suit on the street

“Newer Suit”

Spider-Man: Far From Home’s first new suit, the “Stealth Suit,” comes from Nick Fury himself. A standard black and apparently very uncomfortable, Peter will be using this suit in combat against Molten Man. The flashy feature that stands out on this particular suit, so far, is the goggles that Tom Holland’s Peter Parker can flip on and off with some mechanical assistance. Though the apparent tightness may or may not be because this suit was intended for someone else, and tailored for Peter's usage.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Spider-Man's newest suit in a busy New York setting

“Newest Suit”

The last and newest suit shown off in IGN’s video is more of a return to form. Now since Spider-Man: Far From Home isn’t out yet, we don’t know much about what this suit should do. All we do see in the trailer is that Peter designs it himself, and uses it against Hydro Man in yet another crucial set-piece in the film’s chain of events. And we know the name that's been given to this outfit, so far, is the "Upgraded Suit."

Also, eagle eyed fans will note that it looks like this suit may become the garden variety favorite for Peter Parker/Spider-Man, as that last bit of footage feels like it comes from the final act of the film, though we could be wrong.

So we have four suits, insane action and a European vacation that Peter Parker and/or Spider-Man will never forget. That’s what Spider-Man: Far From Home is offering audiences when it arrives in theaters on July 2, and that pretty much suits us if we do say so ourselves.

Mike Reyes
Senior Movies Contributor

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