Insomniac's Spider-Man releases September 7 on PS4 with two special editions

Sony announced the PlayStation 4 exclusive Spider-Man back at E3 2016 and almost two years later, we finally have a confirmed release date. Fans of the web-slinger will be able to take him on the upcoming brand new adventure starting on September 7.

The game's standard edition's final box art was also revealed in the announcement, where Spidey is seen web-swinging donning the game's unique 'Advanced Suit'. For fans looking for something a bit more special, however, there are two alternate editions that they can opt for, which are the Digital Deluxe edition and The Collector's Edition.

The $79.99 Digital Deluxe edition arrives with a copy of the base game and also gives access to the post-launch DLC story content, that comes with the title Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps. Although more details about the DLC will be revealed at a later date, Insomniac stated that they will include "three new chapters each with new missions, new villains and characters, and additional suits for Spider-Man." Residents in the U.S. and Canada who pre-order this edition will also receive a collectible pin via mail as an additional bonus.

Meanwhile, the $149.99 physical Collector's Edition brings along all the content from the Digital Deluxe edition and adds on several more goodies. These include a Steelbook case, a mini artbook, as well as a statue of Spider-Man perched on top of a mysterious object. This object will be revealed by the developer at a later date.

Lastly, pre-ordering any of the three editions brings some exclusive digital bonuses: A Spidey-Suit Pack, early unlock of the Spider-Drone gadget, a theme and an avatar for the PS4, as well as five extra skill points at the beginning of the game to help to get off the ground a bit faster.

The Spider-Man standard edition comes in at the usual $59.99 price-point, and all three versions are now available for pre-order.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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