We're also promised "a lot more precision" with the first game's web-rush mechanic, which lets us choose exactly where we want to go.
Law enforcement will react different depending on our reputation with the people of New York City. Once again our 'smart phone' gives us access to upgrades, GPS etc.
Beenox also show gameplay as Spidey's other half - Peter Parker - who has his own separate role to play. His bedroom is a major hub for upgrades, selecting Spidey suits and other options like mission replays. The studio has also changed mission areas to be more open for exploration in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Check our the 5-and-a-half minute developer diary below. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 releases on PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One and PS4 April 29th in the US, May 2nd in EU.
Developer diary for Beenox's The Amazing Spider-Man 2
27 March 2014 | By Simon Priest
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