Spider-Man for PS4 gets release date and pre-order video

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Game Informer have released some exclusive news regarding the release of Insomniac Games's newest title, Spider-Man, including a new trailer and release date. This includes side content, progression system, crafting to create new suits that were present in previous Spider-Man comics, video games, and television.

That's right. We can now tell you that it'll be launching exclusively on PlayStation 4 on September 7th, 2018 and frankly, that date can't come soon enough! The magazine will also confirm the names of the villains in the game.

As for story details, well, for the most part they remain pretty scarce.

Game Informer has plenty more to share in the coming weeks (they had a chance to play through the game's opening mission and explore New York City in-game), so be sure to keep checking their Spider-Man hub for more news. "It's been an incredible experience for us to spend the last few years working on this game". The Digital Deluxe version runs for $79.99 United States dollars and will include a copy of the game, three pre-order bonus suits, a "Spider-Drone Gadget", five extra in-game skill points, and a related PSN Avatar and PS4 Theme.

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Pre-ordering the game will also get you some extra goodies. The game was originally announced to release back in 2017, but that changed as the development of the game took longer than anticipated. Now, continuing on with this tremendous momentum is today's announcement of one piece of super important intel: Spider-Man's official release date on PS4.

If you are unfamiliar with Spiderman on the PS4, it is being helmed by Insomniac Studios, the same studio that gave us Sunset Overdrive, Ratchet and Clank, and Spyro the Dragon.

The game is being hyped as staying "true" to the real Spider-Man, and will showcase the acrobatic abilities, improvisation and web-slinging that Marvel's first and most famous wall-crawler is famous for. Swirling all around Manhattan at a faster pace than ever before, Spider-Man is yet to become the lead character to fight crime once again.