It offers an alternative storyline set alongside the upcoming movie, with new foes, old friends and the return of a free-roaming New York City seen in the first game.
A new 'Hero or Menace' system incentivises crime-fighting skills in the world and issues consequences for letting criminal activity happen.
It is in development by Beenox, the studio behind the original Amazing Spider-Man, Edge of Time and Shattered Dimensions.
"The first The Amazing Spider-Man game gave players their own beautifully animated, free-roaming city of Manhattan to traverse and explore - a playground of majestic scale in which to live out our common hero fantasies," said co-studio head Thomas Wilson.
"And the overwhelming message from fans was: 'More!' That's what our team is working toward with The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - we're giving gamers more abilities,