The Iron Spider Suit is a suit players may equip in Marvel's Spider-Man. It is part of the "Spidey Suit Pack" pre-order bonus for the game that grants players instant access to three different suits. Players who did not pre-order can unlock the suit at level 31 using 3 Base Tokens, 3 Challenge Tokens, and 4 Crime Tokens. It comes with the Iron Arms suit power.
The Iron Spider Suit's design combines several aspects of the suit from the comics with Spider-Man's traditional look. Like Iron Man's suit, its color scheme consists of red with some gold highlights, but it also includes some black highlights as well. Much like the Spider Armor - MK IV Suit, the suit has a shiny metallic look.
Some parts of the suit, including the eye lenses, glow, much like the suit in the movie. This glowing effect is more visible when the suit is used in darker areas or at night.
The Iron Arms suit power allows the player to deal even more damage than usual with a much wider reach thanks to the four giant spider limbs that grow from the suit's back, and essentially lets Spider-Man deal sweeping damage to all those in front of him. This power also allows Spider-Man to break through the defenses of shielded enemies and brutes with little effort.
The suit is based upon the Spider-Man armor from Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man: Far from Home, and Spider-Man: No Way Home itself based upon the Iron Spider Armor.
In Homecoming, Tony Stark offers Peter the chance to become an Avenger, with the suit as his official uniform. Peter turns down both the suit and the offer, but is granted the suit in Infinity War in order to save him after losing oxygen while trying to help Tony infiltrate the Black Order's ship. In the end, Peter is one of the people affected by "The Blip" and is still in the suit when he fades away.
In Endgame, Peter still wears the suit after coming back to help the Avengers battle Thanos in the Battle of Earth. In Far From Home, he would wear the suit again during his fight against the Manfredi Crime Family and while he attended his aunt's charity for those who had become homeless after "The Blip".
In No Way Home, Peter would use the suit again for his fight against Doctor Octopus on the Alexander Hamilton Bridge. The suit is never seen again after this fight, although Doctor Octopus transfers some of the nanites he had absorbed from the suit in the fight to Peter's Upgraded Suit, transforming it into the Hybrid Suit.