Miles Morales has a lot going for him Stylish new suits at Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. Unfortunately, one of Miles’ new costumes has been pretty much tarred and stuffed online for being one of his worst superhero looks. Someone probably should have tipped Adidas off, because now the sportswear company is selling the much-maligned suit at its partnership event with the game.
Adidas announced itself Marvel’s Spider-Man 2Inspired clothing collection Back in October at the time, the collection featured only one stylish shoe inspired by Peter Parker’s venomous spider suit. This is one Very clean designAll things considered. Now he is selling shoes Compression tops, LeggingsAnd running shoes Inspired by Miles’ “evolved suit”, which incidentally fans of the suit don’t like in the game.
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The Evolved Suit, which you unlock towards the end of the game, replaces the hero’s OG black and red spandex with Colgate blue accent markings and a revealing mask that reveals his starting looks. majority consensus Spider-Man 2 Its fans This new original suit is not his best look.
Here’s a closer look at Miles’ inspired Adidas tracksuits.
Both the “Moisture Management” top and the “3D Sculpting Pouch” leggings cost $50. “Soft and comfortable” shoes will cost you $230. Currently, the collection is only available to adiClub members and is set to launch on November 3rd. As you might have guessed, the players aren’t too fond of Miles’ Adidas gear, and are now claiming that the in-game suit is just product placement for the clothing company.
“I used to be in the ‘not so bad’ camp, but damn obvious product placement,” said one user wrote on the r/Spiderman subreddit. I thought it was just the shoes, I didn’t realize the whole outfit was Adidas.
“[I saw] At first glance, those shoes said, “Is this an ad or something? Another wrote: These shoes look so real.
“It makes more sense when you change the color of the suit, the shoes stay the same,” said another.
“As long as it’s not baby powder, it’s okay,” suggested another, referring to Miles. The disastrous controversy of baby powder To the spider verse.
Kotaku Insomniac Games has been contacted for comment.
My guess is that adidas held off on revealing the Miles-inspired fit when they originally announced their Insomniac Games collaboration because they wanted to give players time to get a feel for it in-game before revealing the physical product to the spoiler-averse public. appreciate If I were in charge of the collaboration, I’d instead create an outfit inspired by Miles’ 10-year-old suit, which has a casual look.