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Spider-Man 2’s new story trailer and PS5 bundle are consumed by Venom

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We knew Peter Parker and Miles Morales would return to fight Kraven and Venom on October 20th, but we had very little hint as to the plot. Now, Sony and Insomniac have released the first full story trailer for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 — and it’s an epic one.

Also, Sony has revealed a limited-edition PS5 bundle you can buy alongside the game, which comes with its own controller, both featuring the symbiote consuming Spider-Man’s shiny red and turning it pure black:

If you’ve already got a PS5, Sony will sell the same console covers and controller separately, too, though it hasn’t shared prices yet. (Previous console covers have cost between $55 and $65 for a set.)

They’ll all go up for preorder next Friday, July 28th, including shells for both the disc and digital-only versions of the PS5. The bundle doesn’t come with a disc PS5, but rather a digital one, with a code for the digital version of the game.



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