At the moment, it isn't clear if Silver Lining will be the final DLC release for Marvel's Spider-Man or if Insomniac has plans for future DLC once we're into 2019.
In the lead up to Silver Linings, we have learned that some of Sable International's technology has been stolen and used by people like Hammerhead.
As the title suggests, the story will heavily involve Silver Sable which is something the team explained in more detail during the announcement.
During Peter's recounting of his exploits as a superhero, the movie revisits several classic set pieces from the Raimi movies, including Spider-Man's heroic train rescue from Spider-Man 2, the time Doctor Octopus threw a auto through a window at Peter Parker and Mary Jane in Spider-Man 2, and the much-derided (but secretly awesome) sequence of a symbiote-influenced Peter strutting around New York City in Spider-Man 3 shooting everyone some finger guns. The last DLC for it is Silver Lining and will bring back Silver Sable to put her in a new role. This next chapter will presumably tie up those plot threads, and includes new missions and upgraded enemies, along with new trophies and challenges. We could only assume the latter would be involved with a DLC titled "Silver Lining", and with its December 21 launch the entire storyline will be complete.
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"As you may have seen at the end of our teaser trailer, we have included Peter Parker's suit from the movie into our third DLC chapter".
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