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Where to buy the Spider-Man 2 PS5 console

You can still find the limited edition console in stock

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The hot, new Spider-Man 2 special edition PS5 console and themed accessories is now available, even though Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 doesn’t launch until Oct. 20. As for what makes it special, just look at it; this PlayStation 5’s removable plates and DualSense controller have a unique color treatment that blends Spidey’s signature red with a venomous black consuming it.

This $599.99 console comes packaged with a digital code for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 that can be redeemed once the game launches in October. The digital voucher entitles players to all the same pre-order bonus items included with the game's standard edition. You can read about all of the pre-order perks right here.

Where to buy the Spider-Man 2 PlayStation 5

Stock for the special edition console is going in and out at most retailers, like Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy. GameStop currently offers the console, but only to members of its Pro subscription, which isn’t a bad value if you really want this bundle.

Other than the fancy, new console covers and the controller, this is the same PS5 hardware that’s been available for the past few years now.

Already have a PlayStation 5? Well, Sony’s got you covered, too. The company made its Spider-Man 2-themed console covers and DualSense available separately, but they’re sold out everywhere.

You’re fighting your own fight with the controller, but there is another option for consoles covers, if you’re willing to settle for an unofficial solution. Dbrand launched its own console covers with a similar design, and calls them the “Arachnoplates.” They’re $64.98 per set, and will begin to ship on Oct. 20

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