Spider-Man PS4 Game of the Year Edition Released

Sony has announced, and, indeed, already released the Game of the Year Edition of Marvel’s Spider-Man, the PS4 exclusive that took the world by storm last year. And which is still doing pretty dang well, considering it launched a year ago. The GOTY edition is going to include a voucher for the “City That Never Sleeps” DLC, on top of the full game. The whole bundle costs $40.

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Spider-Man PS4 Game of the Year Edition Released
Spider-Man PS4 Game of the Year Edition Released

It didn’t really surprise me that Marvel’s Spider-Man on the PlayStation 4 ended up as a hit. However, I don’t think many people, me included, knew just how well it was going to do, becoming one of the most successful games of 2018. It has done so well, that it has earned itself a Game of the Year edition. So, if you haven’t secured yourself a copy of Spider-Man, you’ve actually kinda made the smarter choice. The GOTY edition, as is usually the case, is a way better value for your money.

So, what exactly are you getting if you pick up this version of Marvel’s Spider-Man? Well, according to the announcement on PlayStation Blog, you’ll get the full game, plus a voucher for the “City That Never Sleeps” three-chapter post-game story DLC. The whole bundle is gonna set you back $40, which is a bargain, really. You can pick up Spider-Man GOTY either on the PlayStation Store, or at your local retailer, if said retailer stocks it. So, yeah; this is basically the best time to jump onto the Spidey bandwagon, if you’re late to the party. I might even get myself a copy.

And, if you end up getting stuck in the game, you can check out the Spider-Man guides we’ve written to help you out. We’ve got How to Open Secret Doors – Wheels Within Wheels, Otto’s Lab Journal 2 – Where to Find, and Spectrograph Project Puzzle Solutions.

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A language teacher and video game enthusiast turned rogue, Joe is on a quest to become the ultimate gaming journalist. This is somewhat hampered by his belief that the golden age of gaming ended with the PlayStation One, but he doesn't let that stop him. His favorite games include Soul Reaver and Undertale. Other interests are D'n'D, dad rock, complaining about movies, and being the self-appointed office funny man, which nobody else agrees with.


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