The PlayStation Spider-Man game might be one of the most exclusive titles ever anticipated for a gaming console. Fans have been drooling at the trailers and footage released at E3 this year and during Comic Con. Sony is even releasing a Limited Edition PlayStation PS4 Pro Spider-Man bundle which you can pre-order for $399.99. The game does not officially come out until September 7 but according to Insomniac Games the game has already reached GOLD status for its worldwide launch. You can check their official announcement via their Twitter page below:
We are pleased to announce that #SpiderManPS4 has GONE GOLD for its worldwide release on September 7th. Thanks to @PlayStation and @MarvelGames for their support in the creation of this original Spider-Man adventure. pic.twitter.com/iD4mJmqGfK
— Insomniac Games (@insomniacgames) July 30, 2018
Congratulations are in order for all parties involved and there is no doubting that this game will be huge for Sony and Insomniac Games and even hardcore Xbox fans even want to get their hands on this game. Spider-Man’s popularity has never been higher thanks to the MCU and Tom Holland. The game is also visually gorgeous and its open world style gameplay will allow for hours upon hours of fun.
How do you feel about this news? Will you be on of the many to get your hands on a copy of the game or even the PS4 Pro Bundle? Leave us a comment below and give us a follow on Twitter @GeekVibesNation
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