The launch of Spider-Man: No Way Home has been delayed yet again, according to the Microsoft store. Fans have been waiting for the film’s supposed February 28 digital debut date since long before it was pushed back.
The latest change to the Spider-Man: No Way Home store’s purchasing page, which was published today, has listed the game’s digital release date as March 1, 2022 – one day after what was previously stated. This will presumably be the date that those who pre-order the movie digitally will get their download and when others may purchase it for themselves.
The film will be available in three different quality levels, each with its own set of perks. The movie will cost $19.99.
However, because no other sources have verified this release date, it would most likely fall on a Tuesday. Because various digital retailers will presumably begin selling the film on the same day, you should be able to purchase it from iTunes, Google Play, and other similar services around then.
The film’s success has been tremendous since its premiere, surpassing Avatar at the domestic box office this week. The film is also currently leading in the new fan-voted category at the Oscars, suggesting that it could receive some exposure even if it did not earn a best picture nomination.
If you haven’t had the opportunity to see it yet, go out and watch it in theaters now or save some money by waiting a few more weeks before watching it online.
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