Marvel's Spider-Man Finally Has A Release Date

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Spider-Man releases exclusively on Playstation 4 on September 7, 2018.

"Spider-Man" is an upcoming PlayStation 4 game now being developed by #Insomniac Games that was first revealed during Sony's E3 2016 press conference. Other goodies include the Spider-Drone gadget, a PSN avatar, an original PS4 themed designed by artist Adi Granov, and some extra skill points to unlock in-game abilities faster. Buyers who pre-order the Digital Deluxe edition will also receive by mail a limited edition collectible pin (only available to residents of U.S. and Canada) featuring Spider-Man as he appears on the cover art for the game.

Insomniac's new Spiderman game has generated a lot of buzz since it was first revealed.

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And a $149.99 (UK price TBA) physical collector's edition will include all of the above, along with a steelbook case, a mini artbook, and a Spider-Man statue.

We won't leave you in suspense, in a new brief trailer filled with new gameplay we learned that Spider-Man is dropping on September 7th, 2018. The statue has only been partially revealed as it includes spoilery content.

Based on what the Nerdist's Blair Marnell reports, the new Spider-Man game looks rather incredible. Those who pre-order the Digital Deluxe edition will also get a limited edition collectible pin sent to them by mail.

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While Xbox One owners may not be happy campers, Marvel fans must be feeling pretty good right now.

After months off the radar, Insomniac comes in swinging with a Spider-Man release date. With a number of awe-inspiring camera angles being implemented by Insomniac Games, this game's Spider-Man will have more freedom than ever.

Titled Marvel's Spider-Man, you'll get to play as a 23-year-old Peter Parker, who is interning at a lab and about to graduate from college.

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