Sony Announces 'Amazing Red' Spider-Man PS4 Pro Bundle

Spider-Man PS4 story and Velocity Suit reveal trailers, PS4 Pro limited edition announced

In Europe, Sony will also release a standard PlayStation 4 limited edition alongside several bundles.

At Comic-Con's Hall H Friday, Sony unveiled dazzling new footage that included our first glimpses at three new Spider-Folks: Spider-Man Noir, voiced by Nicolas Cage; Peni Parker, voiced by Kimiko Glenn; and, last but not least, Spider-Ham, voiced by John Mulaney. The trailer also has Mary Jane Watson and Mile Morales.

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The third and final pre-order bonus suit is the Velocity Suit! As stated over on the PlayStation Blog, a central theme of the game is partnership. This is also the first Spider-Man game (and first licensed game) from Insomniac, who have the sort of gaming repetroire that should make you drool with excellent examples like Resistance, Sunset Overdrive, Ratchet & Clank, and more. This costume comes with the previously announced Spider-Punk and Iron Spider suits. One unique aspect of the film is its take on the character at the center of the Spider-Verse itself, which will feature an older, wearier Peter Parker inside the Spider-Man costume.

Alongside these trailer, Sony have now revealed a limited edition PlayStation 4 Pro bundle, which looks right snazzy. The controller uses a mixture of that same red color along with white buttons to pair nicely with the console. If you're in the market for a new PS4 Pro and don't mind having a bright red console sit beneath your television then this may well be the one to go for this September. On PS4 Pro, users can expect the game to run in 2160p dynamic 4K resolution. HD TV owners will benefit from the game's built-in supersampling with increased image clarity and detail. The bundle will be available starting on September 7, the same day Marvel's Spider-Man arrives.

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