Even as Covid-19 lockdowns in China continue to create supply chain uncertainties things are improving, says a senior Sony executive.
The company pulled the game last year from its store across the world citing “customer satisfaction” after the players complained the game was constantly plagued by technical issues.
Although the pandemic has hit many industries hard, the gaming sector has been one of the few to experience an unprecedented boom, with people seeking entertainment at home during successive rounds of restrictions.
The game was pulled following user complaints of bugs and compatibility. The maker issued an apology and offered refunds to gamers not willing to wait until the issues are fixed.
The consoles go on sale as the pandemic creates a massive spike in demand for gaming from people stuck at home and looking for a way to pass the time.
The pricing announcement sets the stage for a year-end showdown between Xbox and PlayStation.
Insomniac Games worked with Sony interactive and Marvel Games on "Spider-Man," which has sold more than 13.2 million copies worldwide, according to Sony.
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