Not only this, but they have also announced details regarding the collector's edition and the digital deluxe edition. Also included is the Marvel's Spider-Man "The City That Never Sleeps" expansion, offering three new story chapters, along with new missions and characters. The only concrete information we have right now is that Mary Jane will be playable in a proper Spider-Man game for the first time, and that's definitely something to celebrate after years (decades) of being little more than a red-headed Princess to save in a castle. The collector's edition includes a steelbook case with the iconic white spider, a mini art book from Titan Books, and a Spider-Man statue by Gentle Giant. The pin will showcase Spider-Man as he appears on the cover of the video game. At the moment, the Collector's Edition is available to pre-order at GameStop and BestBuy (with 20% Gamers Club Unlocked discount).
There hasn't been much revealed about the game as of now, besides last year's E3 gameplay trailer and a recent video/interview by Game Informer with Insomniac Games displaying more of what to expect. Insomniac Games, who partnered with Sony Interactive Entertainment, is releasing the game on September 7. Stevenson says that it is too awesome and spoilery to show right now, but the image below indicates we'll be getting a full reveal of the statue in the summer. Those who pre-order the Digital Deluxe edition will also receive a limited edition collectible pin.
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Marvel's Spider-Man will launch on September 7, exclusively for PlayStation 4.
Today, Insomiac Games announced the release date for the game. Although she is often tied to the Spider-Man mythos, Mary Jane Watson is more than able to stand on her own two feet - and her inclusion in the game is further proof of that.
While we're at it, let's ask if Sony would like to release Uncharted and Horizon Zero Dawn for the Xbox One as well.