Backpack Tokens in Marvel’s Spider-Man can be used to purchase upgrades to your gadgets, suits, and suit modifications. They can be found inside backpacks that Peter left across Manhattan throughout his earlier years as a debuting superhero. There are numerous Backpack Tokens to collect in each of the city’s districts. Use this guide to help you find all Backpack Tokens in Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered PC.
How Many Backpack Tokens Are In Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered?
There are 55 Backpack Tokens in Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered. Finding every single one will reward you with a secret outfit that Peter can wear as Spider-Man.
Where to Find Backpack Tokens in Marvel’s Spider-Man?
You can find Backpack Tokens by following the Backpack icon on your minimap. Once you finish the Keeping the Peace mission that takes place in Act 1, you will unlock the Oscorp Radio Towers which you can unscramble to unveil the Backpack icon locations on the map.
Unscramble an Oscorp Radio Tower from a district.
Check your map for Backpack icons.
Go to a Backpack icon.
Listen to the beeping noises as you get closer.
Collect the Backpack Tokens and collectibles from the Backpack.
From then on, it’s as simple as following the Backpack icon to find where the Backpack is located. Since New York City is a large place with a lot of verticality, looking up and down for the Backpack Tokens can be challenging. There will be a beeping noise that tells you how close you are to a Backpack that you can follow. The closer you are, the louder this noise will be.
Each district in the city has a different number of Backpacks to find. You can find most of these as early as Act 1 of the game if you put in the time. Here are the number of Backpacks you can find in each district.
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered PC Backpack Tokens Locations
Number of Backpacks
Upper West Side
Upper East Side
What Happens If You Collect All The Backpacks in Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered?
If you collect all the Backpacks in the game, you’ll unlock the homemade Spider-Man suit. This suit does not possess any associated power and looks rudimentary compared to Peter’s other suits.
This suit was first seen in Captain America: Civil War when Tony Stark was recruiting Peter for his team. Peter also used this suit in the last half of Spider-Man: Homecoming against Vulture after losing the advanced suit given to him by Stark.
Backpack Token Upgrades in Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered
Classic Suit (Repaired): 2 Backpack Tokens
Concussive Blast Upgrade 1: 1 Backpack Token
Concussive Blast Upgrade 4: 2 Backpack Tokens
Electric Web Upgrade 1: 1 Backpack Token
Electric Web Upgrade 2: 2 Backpack Tokens
Electric Web Upgrade 4: 2 Backpack Tokens
Electric Web Upgrade 5: 2 Backpack Tokens
Gel Padding: 1 Backpack Token
Impact Web Upgrade 1 – 1 Backpack Token
Impact Web Upgrade 3: 2 Backpack Tokens
Long Range Scanner: 1 Backpack Token
Noir Suit: 2 Backpack Tokens
Secret War Suit: 2 Backpack Tokens
Silent Step: 1 Backpack Token
Spider Drone Upgrade 1: 2 Backpack Tokens
Spider Drone Upgrade 3: 2 Backpack Tokens
Spider Drone Upgrade 4: 2 Backpack Tokens
Spider-Punk: 2 Backpack Tokens
Suspension Matrix Upgrade 1: 1 Backpack Token
Suspension Matrix Upgrade 4: 2 Backpack Tokens
Suspension Matrix Upgrade 5: 2 Backpack Tokens
Trip Mine Upgrade 1: 2 Backpack Tokens
Trip Mine Upgrade 2: 2 Backpack Tokens
Velocity Suit: 2 Backpack Tokens
Web Bomb Upgrade 2: 1 Backpack Token
Web Bomb Upgrade 4: 2 Backpack Tokens
Web Shooter Upgrade 2: 1 Backpack Token
Web Shooter Upgrade 4: 1 Backpack Token
Web Shooter Upgrade 5: 2 Backpack Tokens
Wrestler Suit: 2 Backpack Tokens
That’s our Where to Find Backpack Tokens in Marvel’s Spider-Man PC Remastered guide. We hope you found this article to be informative. With the release of Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered for PC, we’ve had the pleasure of getting a copy to be able to review it. Stay with us, because we have more Marvel’s Spider-Man content.
Backpack Tokens aren’t the only things you can find in Backpacks in the game. Check out this Youtube video from COGConnected showing every collectible that can be found inside Backpacks in Marvel’s Spider-Man.