As promised, today the release date of Marvel’s Spider-Man was revealed. In case you do not know, it is a Spider-Man game that is developed by Insomniac Games as an exclusive for PlayStation 4.
According to a publication on the PlayStation Blog, Marvel’s Spider-Man will be available on the Sony console from September 7, 2018. Like other AAA productions for this console, the new adventure of Spidey in the world of video games will be available for a price of $59.99 USD.
Along with this announcement, Insomniac Games shared the first look at the final cover of Marvel’s Spider-Man. As you can see below, it is an art in which the arachnid hero appears swinging with his web. Behind him appears a red background and the official logo of the game. This results in a simple cover that, honestly, does not go bad with the character.
After this announcement, some details about the game were released, so we already know a little more about what its downloadable content will present and what awaits us in the base game.
As part of the coverage of Game Informer, Bryan Intihar, the creative director of Marvel’s Spider-Man, was subjected to a quick question interview. There he pointed out that his plan with the downloadable content is to add new story material. While there are not many details yet, it is a fact that the first DLC will be related to Black Cat.
Later on, we learned that the story of the game will take a few weeks and that in it we will not witness the death of Uncle Ben. In addition, the creative reiterated that Mary Jane will be playable and assured that her role in this adventure “will surprise many people.”
Intihar also confirmed that Marvel’s Spider-Man will have several side quests, but it seems that none of them will be based on the Spider-Man 2 balloon hunt. What fans should expect in this area are missions where they will have to eliminate Kingpin control points; stop minor crimes and disable bombs. Something important to keep in mind is that, when not completing a mission, the arachnid hero will be able to interact with the citizens of New York.
Marvel’s Spider-Man will be available from September 7 exclusively for PlayStation 4. What do you think about it? Will you play Marvel’s Spider-Man when it arrives on PlayStation 4? Tell us in the comments below.