Spider-Man Limited Edition PS4 Pro Announced

Spider-Man Limited Edition PS4 Pro Announced

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With PS4-exclusive Spider-Man having a September 7 release date, Sony has revealed the Limited Edition Spider-Man PS4 Pro console for $400 (around Rs. 27,500). It includes a fully customised ‘Amazing Red’ 1TB PS4 Pro console featuring the iconic Spider-Man logo, a matching Dualshock 4 wireless controller, Spider-Man game on Blu-ray disc, and a PlayStation Store download voucher for The City That Never Sleeps DLC. In addition to this, there’s the Limited Edition Spider-Man PS4 Slim for $300 (around Rs. 20,600). It has a 1TB PS4 ‘Amazing Red’ console in the special Spider-Man design, a matching DualShock 4 wireless controller, Spider-Man game on Blu-ray disc, and a PlayStation Store download voucher for The City That Never Sleeps DLC. They will be available on Spider-Man’s release date of September 7.

Furthermore there are several Spider-Man PS4 bundles that have the game, controllers, and standard black PS4 consoles.

Spider-Man PS4 Pro and PS4 Slim bundles

  • PS4 1TB Jet Black bundle with matching Dualshock 4 wireless controller and a copy of Spider-Man game on Blu-ray disc
  • PS4 1TB Jet Black bundle with two matching Dualshock 4 wireless controllers and a copy of Spider-Man game on Blu-ray disc
  • PS4 500GB Jet Black bundle with matching Dualshock 4 wireless controller and a copy of Spider-Man game on Blu-ray disc
  • PS4 Pro 1TB Jet Black bundle with matching Dualshock 4 wireless controller and a copy of Spider-Man game on Blu-ray disc

Spider-Man Limited Edition PS4 Pro and PS4 Slim India price and release date

At the time of filing this story, Sony India has not replied to our request for comment regarding availability of these bundles for India. That being said, we won’t be surprised to see at least the Limited Edition Spider-Man PS4 Pro and PS4 Slim make it here with the former sporting a price not too dissimilar to the God of War special edition PS4 Pro console which retailed for Rs. 48,490.

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