Pre-order bonuses revealed for The Amazing Spider-Man

Activision have announced the pre-order incentives for The Amazing Spider-Man; the game that coincides with this summer’s movie.

Whereas these bonuses are usually just pointless character skins or mutiplayer weapons, this is a little different. The new web-slinging free-roaming adventure will be enhanced with either an extra mission or challenge – depending on if you choose to order from Amazon or GameStop. They offer significantly different gameplay, as you can read below:

GameStop – The Rhino Challenge

Take control of the massive, genetically engineered villain RHINO and rampage around Manhattan in an exclusive gameplay challenge of pure destruction!  As Rhino, players will be able to unleash his formidable powers to destroy anything and everything that gets in his way in a timed event full of speed, combo streaks, and of course, a ton of things to break!”

“Amazon.com – Play as Stan Lee for the First Time Ever

All the rumors can officially be put to rest – for the first time ever, fans will be able to play…STAN…LEE as himself in The Amazing Spider-Man.  Players will take on the role of Stan “The Man” Lee in his own special mission across Manhattan, borrowing abilities from his old pal Spider-Man as they help Stan collect pages of his latest script in a spectacular race around Manhattan.  Stan’s mission is punctuated with his witty banter that fans have come to know and love, and a special surprise waits for them at the end of the mission – after all, it is Spider-Man’s 50th anniversary this year!”

As yet, no other details or video has been released. However, we do have some screenshots of Rhino in the main story, so you can see what he looks like in-game:

The Amazing Spider-Man will launch on June 26th, a couple of weeks prior to the film’s release.

Written by Raj Mahil

Raj Mahil

Game collector. Journalism graduate. Batman addict. Movie goer. WWE nut. Sports obsessive. Arsenal fan. Squawka.com Sub-Editor.

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