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PS4 News: Marvel's Spiderman Has Sold 9 Million Copies

185   //    08 Jan 2019, 19:03 IST


Marvel's Spiderman on the PS4 has officially sold more than 9 million copies as is stated by one of the community director at Insomniac Games via his Twitter account.

Sony @PlayStation just announced that as of 11/25 #SpiderManPS4 has sold-through over 9 million copies. Thank you for your support

This huge milestone has been reached in the span of only 2 months which is utterly shocking as well as surprising, considering the fact that Spiderman is an exclusive title. However, we do not know whether this includes the physical sales or the digital one or both combined.

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But alas, the huge popularity of the game and the widespread enthusiasm showed by the fans throughout the globe since its reveal back in E3 2016, adding to that the incredible marketing throughout by Insomniac Games and Sony creates a huge benchmark for the gaming industry.

As if the base game wasn't enough, Insomniac Games have continued to support the game since its launch.

The main story synopsis is as follows-

Peter Parker is a 23-year-old college graduate who has held the secret identity of Spider-Man for eight years and has settled into his role as protector of New York City.[1] In addition, he is working at a laboratory as a research assistant. After recently defeating criminal Wilson Fisk, Peter must now investigate as a new gang known as the Inner Demons emerges taking over Fisk's territory.

The game has received three-story DLCs till now which are- The heist, Turf Wars and The Silver lining, all of them which accumulate under a single big expansion called "The city that never sleeps."

Insomniac Games have confirmed there might be more DLC coming in the future, and be pretty sure we are getting a sequel to this game in the nearby future.

Spiderman PS4 has a Metacritic score of 87/100.

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