Spider-Man PS4 launches September 7

Special editions and pre-order bonuses announced.

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Sony Interactive Entertainment and Insomniac Games’ Spider-Man game for PlayStation 4 will launch on September 7, the companies announced.

The standard edition of Spider-Man will be available both physically and digitally for US $59.99 / CDN $79.99 MSRP.

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A Digital Deluxe Edition including a full download of the game, new story chapters via the “City That Never Sleeps” post-launch downloadable content series (three new chapters with new missions, villains, characters, and additional suits for Spider-Man), and a receive-by-mail limited edition collectible pin will be available for US $79.99 / CDN $99.99 MSRP.

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A physical Collector’s Edition including all of the digital content from the Digital Deluxe Edition, as well as a SteelBook case, mini art book from Titan Books, and Spider-Man statue from Gentle Giant will be available for US $149.99 / CDN $199.99 MSRP while supplies last.

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Pre-orders for every edition of Spider-Man will include the “Spidey-Suit Pack,” which features the Spider-Punk suit, a couple of other suits that will be revealed this summer, the Spider-Drone gadget, a PlayStation Network avatar, PlayStation 4 theme designed by comic book artist Adi Granov, and extra skill points.

For further reading, Game Informer has a few features on Spider-Man today: a hands-on preview, 114 rapid-fire questions about Spider-Man with creative director Bryan Intihar, and an interview with Spider-Man actor Yuri Lowenthal.

Watch a trailer introducing the pre-order bonuses below. View a set of screenshots, the final box art, and special edition glamour shots at the gallery.

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