Insomniac Games, the developers behind Sunset Overdrive and the Ratchet & Clank series, has announced their upcoming game called Marvel’s Spider-Man will be released on September 7th, exclusively on PlayStation 4.
The game is a new story and is not tied to any film, comic book or other game. Players will be able to see the story of older and more experienced Spider-Man. You’ll be able to play as both Peter Parker and Spider-Man in the game.
In the game, Spider-Man has an all-new Advanced Suit that takes inspiration from the past 50 years of Spider-Man comics and art with nods to such artists as J. Scott Campbell, Mark Bagley, John Romita Sr. John Romita Jr., Joe Quesada and Spier-Man co-creator and original artist of the character, Steve Ditko.
Here’s what the final box art for the game looks like.
The standard edition of Marvel’s Spider-Man will cost $79.99 CAD ($59.99 USD). There will also be a Digital Deluxe edition of the game that includes a copy of the game, and 3 post-launch chapters as DLC including, Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps.
If you pre-order the Digital Deluxe version of the game in Canada or the US, you’ll get a limited edition collectible pin, which you’ll get by mail. The Digital Deluxe version cost $99.99 CAD ($79.99 USD).
There will also be a Collector’s Edition of the game. It includes all the digital content from the Digital Deluxe edition, a Steelbook case, a Mini Artbook by Titan books and a Spider-Man statue by Gentle Giant. Insomniac isn’t revealing the entire statue just yet, they’ll reveal more this summer. The Marvel’s Spider-Man Collector’s Edition will cost $199.99 CAD ($149.99 USD).
You’ll also the Spidey Suit Pack, Spider Drone Gadget in-game and Spider-Man PSN avatar and Spider-Ma PS4 Theme if you pre-order any version of the game.
If you want to learn more about Marvel’s Spider-Man, Game Informer will be posting articles and interviews over the next month on their website. You can also check out more on Marvel’s Spider-Man in the May issue of Game Informer which will be available on April 6th.
Source: PlayStation blog