Spider-Man's release date will be unveiled today at 8am PT, 11am ET, 4pm United Kingdom alongside the release of the magazine's digital issue for the month.
If you're in the United Kingdom, that means you'll need to pay attention at 4PM BST. More details on what the DLC is exactly will be announced later.
The Digital Deluxe edition costs $79.99 and includes the base game plus access to the post-launch DLC, which will include three packs as part of the "City That Never Sleeps" DLC series. More will be revealed as the launch draws near. The magazine is also promising new information on the game's controls and combat, as well as upgrades and customization like suit crafting.
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Spider-Man PS4 was announced at E3 2016 and details on the game has been scarce.
So far it looks awesome, but as with their reveal trailer, Insomniac has only used the 4K capable PS4 Pro to show off the footage. Insomniac has a history of excellent game covers, from Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time to the bold Olly Moss Resistance 3 cover. As noted in this trailer, this isn't a 15-year-old Spider-Man getting used to his powers, but rather a more experienced superhero who is going to be able to take full advantage of his abilities. He also battles Mister Negative's gang (which are known as the "Inner Demons"). Throughout the game, we'll get to experience life without the suit as Peter has to balance every day life with being New York's greatest superhero. It seems the only way to play this promising new game is via Sony's PlayStation 4.