Insomniac's PS4 Spider-Man Gets a Release Date

Insomniac's PS4 Spider-Man Gets a Release Date

Insomniac's PS4 Spider-Man Gets a Release Date

We knew it was coming at some point in 2018, but later on this afternoon we should learn the official release date for Insomniac Games' open-world PS4 exclusive, Spider-Man.

As you've probably heard by now, Spider-Man for the PlayStation 4 is swinging your way on September 7th. Each chapter is supplemented by new missions, villains, characters, and suits for Spider-Man to try on.

The digital deluxe edition will feature a Spider-Drone gadget to use in-game, along with a Spidey suit pack that features three skins - two of which that have yet to be revealed. Game Informer also reveals they'll be a fast travel system, a photo mode, and no microtransactions.

From what we can see, we can quickly confirm that the game is more likely to be fantastic, including a new type of camera and all sorts of angles to respectfully deliver the needed action.

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Along with the special editions is the bonus content that you'll get for pre-ordering, even if you just get the standard version of the game. With the development time and manpower dedicated to Spider-Man, it has assuredly received more than the average focus a licensed game may get.

The game's cover features Spider-Man web-slinging against a red backdrop. USA and Canada residents are also lucky enough to receive a limited edition collectable pin with this edition. Amazon has the game listed for a pre-order price of $59.99, but it can be a lot cheaper if you pre-order on Amazon.

There's also the more expensive Collector's Edition which is $149.99 and includes all of the aforementioned digital content as well as a Steelbook case, a mini artbook by Titan Books, and a statue by Gentle Giant.

The Marvel's Spider-Man Digital Deluxe edition will be available in the PlayStation Store for $79.99. Negative, Nerdist reported that Mister Negative is able to take on Spider-Man with "concussive force" as a result of his powers. Insomniac Games has made other PlayStation offerings such as "Resistance" and "Ratchet & Clank".

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