Marvel's Spider-Man is a PlayStation 4 exclusive Image: PS4
If you were missing a friendly neighbourhood superhero at the end of Avengers: Infinity War (sincere feeble attempt to avoid spoilers), here's some good news for you. Spider-Man will be back to mesmerise you again, this time in the gaming world. Marvel is set to release a new Spider-Man game for PS4 consoles on September 7 this year, and the signs look promising.
There have been almost 40 games starring the web-crawling hero since 1982 across various platforms. But Marvel's Spider-Man definitely looks as tempting as ever, and maybe even a bit more. The early gameplay teasers and visuals look stunning. The game, however, will follow a different story arc from the movies.
The game is an exclusive for Sony PlayStation 4 and has been developed by Insomniac games, the studio behind games such as Spyro the Dragon and Ratchet and Clank. The game will let you slip into Spidey's suit and what's more, you even get to choose different Spider-Man costumes, including the Iron Spider armour that made an appearance in the Avengers: Infinity War movie.
Peter Parker's latest suit will be coming to "Marvel’s Spider-Man" on PS4! Can't wait to see #SpiderMan's Iron Spider suit in action? Marvel Studios' Avengers: #InfinityWar hits theaters this Friday - get your tickets now: https://t.co/kctg8VCi1V pic.twitter.com/47MzHSjI9b— The Avengers (@Avengers) April 25, 2018
The game will be releasing in three different versions. The Collector's Edition, priced at $149 or Rs 9936 approx, even includes a Spider-Man statue made by Gentle Giant Ltd and other bonuses. The Standard Edition and Digital Deluxe Edition are already available for pre-orders for $59 (Rs 3,933) and $79 (Rs 5,266) respectively.
"We all knew that people have seen the origin story before, right? We know what that teenage Peter Parker is about. We didn’t want to tell a story that had already been told From the very beginning Insomniac didn’t want to be beholden to any established Spider-Man stories," Insomniac writer Jon Paquette told Game Informer.
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