If you own a PS4 and haven’t taken Spider-Man for a spin, then you’re living life wrong. It’s as simple as that, because this is one game that deserves to be in the collection of every PS4-owning family on the planet. We’re not kidding, it’s that good. And right now you can get your very own copy from Amazon for just $39.99.

This game normally retails for around $60, and right now you can get your hands on a sealed, new copy for just a couple of dollars more than you would expect to hand over for a used copy.

Marvel’s Spider-Man features the acrobatic abilities, improvisation and web-slinging that the wall-crawler is famous for, while also introducing elements never-before-seen in a spider-man game

From traversing with parkour and unique environmental interactions, to new combat and blockbuster action, it’s spider-man unlike any you’ve played before

This open world game is filled with hours of storyline as well as a sizable number of side quests that can be carried out at your leisure. When you’re done with all that, there are three pieces of downloadable content that can also be picked up, and we’re pretty sure that you’ll come back for more, too. Insomniac Games and Sony have been able to put together a hell of a game here, and if you’re at all a fan of this genre of game as well as superheroes, you’re going to love it.

It’s not clear how long this price will be around, either, and depending on where you are in the country you can have it on your doorstep within hours. What better reason to bag yourself a bargain today?

There is no secret discount code to be utilized at checkout. It’s a straightforward price cut that will likely last for a few hours, or days, if we’re lucky enough. Make the best of this offer before the price returns to its usual self.

Buy: Marvel’s Spider-Man – PlayStation 4 from Amazon: $39.99 | Original price $60

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