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    The next iteration in the Marvel’s Spider-Man series ‘Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ is now available for pre-order for PS4 users. Developer Insomniac made this announcement on Twitter a while back. Take a look at it below. Pre-orders for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales PS4 are live right now!https://t.co/RWtGuXsBQf pic.twitter.com/A18hBHCHSn — Insomniac Games (@insomniacgames) September 29, 2020 Additionally, this title is a launch exclusive for PlayStation 5 as well. This gives potential customers an added incentive to buy Sony’s next-gen console. The description reads “In the latest adventure in the Marvel’s Spider-Man universe, teenager Miles Morales is adjusting to his new home while following in the footsteps of his mentor, Peter Parker, as a new Spider-Man. But when a fierce power struggle threatens...
    Sony Interactive Entertainment Marvel’s iconic web-crawler has gotten a wide swath of video games that range from mediocre to amazing (pun intended). When development studio Insomniac Games got the chance to craft their own Spider-Man game, they ended up knocking it out of the park. Marvel’s Spider-Man featured a quality original story, near-perfect web-swinging mechanics, a fully-realized open-world to explore, and many more positive attributes. That 2018 PS4 exclusive hinted at a future that would tackle different corners of the Sony video game “Spider-Verse.” One of those hints at what was yet to come was the inclusion of Miles Morales, the young Harlemite who also has some hero qualities worth exploring. Thankfully, Insomniac Games is going to help...
    Marvel’s Spider-Man is one of the most liked action-adventure games. Originally released for the PS4, the game made massive sales and set a record for Sony by selling 3.3 million copies in the first three days of its release. Owing to this huge success, Sony announced a remastered version of the original PS4 title specifically designed to make the best use of the next-gen PS5. PlayStation 5 owners who already possess the original game might have been expecting a free upgrade to the remaster. However, Sony has complicated the situation with its recent announcement, as reported by Kotaku. Remaster included in Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales The Miles Morales game is the latest addition to the Spiderman gaming franchise. This new game...
    2018’s Spider-Man is headed to the PlayStation 5, but buying it won’t be straightforward. Sony has confirmed to Kotaku that Spider-Man Remastered — the updated PS5 version — won’t be sold as a standalone title or offered as a free upgrade for existing Spider-Man owners. Instead, the only way to buy it will be as part of the $69.99 Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition bundle, which couples the PS5 version of the upcoming spinoff with Spider-Man Remastered. (Miles Morales typically costs $49.99 on its own.) The issue is, as with several other cross-generational games, there are actually two versions of Spider-Man: the regular PS4 version that’s been around since 2018 and a new edition of the game called Spider-Man Remastered,...
    PlayStation 5 owners interested in Marvel’s Spider-Man will reportedly have to repurchase the game in a bundle with Spider-Man: Miles Morales for the new console, even if they owned it on PlayStation 4. Spider-Man: Remastered, the improved version for PlayStation 5, will not have any sort of upgrade path from the PlayStation 4 version, Sony reportedly says. It also will not have transferable save files from the original game. A Sony representative reportedly told Kotaku that, “Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered is an enhanced version of Marvel’s Spider-Man, and is included as part of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition for the PlayStation 5. In addition, players who purchase Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PlayStation 4 can upgrade at no additional cost...
    Instomniak Games may be the most exciting studio in games right now, as it is simultaneously on the PlayStation 5 titles except Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morals and Ratchet & Clank: Split. But it’s one of the toughest teams in the industry, and it’s not going to stop there: the company announced overnight that it’s redesigning Marvel’s Spider-Man for Sony’s next gen system, and fans can buy it with new ones as part of the Ultimate Edition package! The new edition includes the full original campaign with City That Never Sleeps DLC campaigns. As James Stevenson, Community Director, explained on the PlayStation blog, this is not just your average remaster: “The remaster for the PS5 is not easy because many of...
    As predicted, the PlayStation 5 Showcase came as one of the best reveals so far. And with it, revealed Sony’s master plan to win the next generational “console war.” With the exclusive games displayed today, it is not a surprise that Sony waited for the opportune moment to get ahead of its competitors. (Image Courtesy – PlayStation YouTube) For RPG fans, the greatest surprise came in the form of Spider-Man: Miles Morales. The showcase showed a little of the gameplay, and the entire world is spellbound. (Image Courtesy – PlayStation YouTube) It is not just the advanced graphical or audio features that steal the show. Spider-Man Miles Morales is going to coalesce a lot of strings and elements...
    “You’ll see better-looking characters with improved skin, eyes, hair, and facial animation (including our new, next-generation Peter Parker),” Insomniac Games Community Director, James Stevenson, said in a press release Wednesday. ”You’ll also see ray-traced reflections and ambient shadows, improved lighting, more pedestrians and vehicles stretching further into the distance, and the same optional performance mode offered on Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, allowing you to finally play the game at a targeted 60fps frame rate.” Miles Morales will be available for both the PS4 and the PS5 this holiday season for $50, regardless of which console you buy it for. Plus, anybody who buys the PS4 version should reportedly receive a gratis PS5 upgrade upon purchasing the new system.
    A graphic viral video showed the moment a blood-soaked man clung to the hood of an 18-wheeler as the truck rushes down a Florida highway. What are the details? On Saturday, the Florida Highway Patrol received a report about a blood-covered male exiting his vehicle and walking away from it on a highway near Boynton Beach, Florida. Eyewitnesses say they saw the man — who appears to be in his underwear — hop the concrete barrier between the highway's northbound and southbound lanes, which prompted concerned motorists to slow and stop. Edward Hughes, the man driving the 18-wheeler, told TMZ that he observed the unnamed man attempting to flag him down. Hughes said he stopped the truck,...
    Screenshot via Facebook. A Florida man took a wild ride on Saturday, riding on the hood of a semi-truck for several miles down the Florida Turnpike. According to a report by the Miami Herald, the man, who was not identified, had been driving southbound in a Toyota SUV with another passenger when he began “acting strangely,” and stopped the vehicle near an exit ramp to Boynton Beach, a city on Florida’s southeast coast about 30 miles north of Fort Lauderdale. The man exited the car, began walking down the highway, and jumped over the concrete median and walked into traffic, causing northbound vehicles to slow down. Traffic slowed to the point that the man was able to jump onto the...
    One game that shocked everyone during the PS5 event last month was the new Spider-Man: Miles Morales. It isn’t essentially a sequel but is a standalone game coming to the next-gen console. Miles Morales is being played by actor Nadji Jeter, who appears to be very excited and thankful for the iconic role. Nadji, an American actor, has previously worked in movies such as Grown Ups and Read Between the Lines. He portrayed Miles Morales in the Spider-Man PS4 exclusive, the end of which hinted at Miles being the next Spider-Man. Spider-Man: Miles Morales actor shares gratitude On his Twitter handle, Nadji was quite emotional and shared some pictures of the work going on with the game. “To become a...
    Joanna NeliusJust now•Filed to:playstation 5playstation 5Xbox Series XConsolesMarvel’s Spider-Man: Miles MoralesSaveScreenshot: Insomniac Games If you missed it earlier today, Insomniac Games confirmed via Twitter that its upcoming Spiderman spin-off, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, will be playable on the Playstation 5 at an “optional” 4K, 60 frames per second, or what the developer calls “Performance Mode.” For those of you wondering if this would be the case when the trailer dropped last month, well, now we know. It’s likely that ray tracing or other GPU-intensive effects will be disabled to reach that frame rate at that resolution, and the graphics won’t be running on ultra, according to PC standards. But modern consoles need to run games on 4K at 60 fps—the...
    Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be playable in 4K resolution and at 60 frames per second on PlayStation 5, developer Insomniac Games said on Twitter on Monday, thanks to an optional “Performance Mode.” Marvel’s Spider-Man ran at a solid 30 frames per second on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro, based on an analysis by Digital Foundry. It’s not clear what compromises Spider-Man: Miles Morales will make to achieve 4K/60 fps performance, but it’s possible that features like real-time ray tracing and other rendering effects could be disabled in Performance Mode to emphasize frame rate and resolution. We’ve reached out to Sony Interactive Entertainment for additional details and will update when the company responds. On PS4 Pro, Sony and its first-party...
    If you’re picking up the PlayStation 5 later this year — particularly the model that will include a Blu-ray drive — you may be interested in what physical copies of PS5 games will look like. Well here you go: As part of Sony’s plan to drop random, often minute details about the PS5 unceremoniously on a Thursday, we have our first look at PS5 game boxes, thanks to Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. It’s a familiar look — nearly identical to physical copies of PlayStation 4 software, only with a white strip in place of the PS4’s gradient blue strip to match the PlayStation 5’s bold black and white design. Of course, it bears the also-familiar PS5 logo, which Sony revealed...
    PlayStation teased the return of Peter Parker in Spider-Man 2 for the PS5. However, that will have to happen after the upcoming Spider-Man: Miles Morales game, which will be released this winter. Even though Marvel fans are anxiously awaiting the return of Peter Parker, they are equally excited about a game featuring Morales after the major success of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Plus, the trailer for the forthcoming game makes it look pretty amazing. In the latest PlayStation Blog post, Brian Horton, Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ creative director, lets Marvel fans know that Insomniac Games will be bringing back Peter Parker for another video game adventure. “Oh and one last thing: Many of you fans have wondered if Peter Parker is...
    Miles Morales takes place in winter, about a year after the events of the last game, which laid the foundations of Miles’ origin story. Miles has been honing his Spidey skills under the wing of Peter Parker, but he’ll be put to the test amid a war that breaks out between an army of criminals and an energy corporation. Miles will have different suit powers from Peter, such as invisibility and bio-electricity. His combat and movement will be distinct from Peter’s as well. He hasn’t quite mastered the art of swinging on webs through the city just yet, so he’ll flail around more than his mentor. As you might expect, Insomniac plans to tap into the power of the PS5...
    Insomniac Games has confirmed its upcoming PlayStation 5 launch title, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, will be about half the length of the original game. In a blog post published Thursday, creative director Brian Horton said the game would be roughly the size of 2017’s Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, which, since its release, has become an industry reference point for talking about the scope and length of narrative expansions in games. The Lost Legacy clocked in at about 7 to 10 hours of play time, according to data from HowLongToBeat.com, and was about half the size of the Uncharted game it was based on. The Lost Legacy reference was first used by Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier in a post last week confirming...
    Spider-Man: Miles Morales will have a “full story arc” for Miles in a stand-alone game that will be comparable to Uncharted: The Lost Legacy in scope, developer Insomniac Games said Thursday. This means that while Miles’ game may not be a “full game” in the same way that its 2018 predecessor was, it will still have a multi-hour campaign. Fans were confused last week when the game was revealed during Sony’s “Future of Gaming” livestream, as mixed messages from Sony made it hard to tell if Miles Morales was an expansion or a brand-new title. Bloomberg reported that the game “will be smaller than a traditional console game but will be sold as a stand-alone project,” and Insomniac has now...
    When Sony unveiled its initial lineup to accompany the launch of the PlayStation 5, the title that received the most excitement from fans was easily Spider-Man: Miles Morales. But hours after fervor about a sequel to 2018’s Spider-Man spread online, Sony is now walking back the assertion that Miles Morales is a sequel. Spider-Man: Miles Morales was described as “a new adventure from Insomniac Games” when it was announced during a reveal event for Sony’s PlayStation 5, and based on what was shown in the announcement trailer, it was easy to presume or infer that Miles Morales was a sequel. And it’s not a far leap to figure that a Spider-Man video game sequel would star Miles: In a post-credits...