Spider-Man: Miles Morales Video Game Coming To PS5

Spider-Man: Miles Morales Video Game Coming To PS5


Jay Cochran - June 11, 2020
Revealing Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, a new adventure from Insomniac Games coming to the newly revealed PlayStation 5 this Holiday season.



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Satam - 2020-09-16 @ 10:21 pm

I like what I see.

JayC - 2020-09-16 @ 9:43 pm

Experience the rise of Miles Morales in this gameplay sequence captured on PlayStation 5. Coming Holiday 2020. 

 The PS5 console machine will ship in the US starting on November 12 and the cost will be $400 for the all-digital version and $500 for the version with the Ultra HD Blu-ray disc drive.
leokearon - 2020-07-10 @ 7:05 am

Covers nice, nothing massively wowing but still nice

ADour - 2020-07-09 @ 11:23 pm

The cover is alright. It goes in line with the previous cover for the first game.

Satam - 2020-07-09 @ 10:25 pm

Definitely excited for this game.  Even if the packaging is...honestly, they could put damn near anything on the cover, and I wouldn't lose interest.

JayC - 2020-07-09 @ 8:20 pm

New package shot, exciting I know.

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ADour - 2020-06-14 @ 5:33 pm
10 hours ago, leokearon said:

Ture, but they were completely different costumes to previous figures. PS5 Miles is just wearing the same costume his previous toy had; so Hasbro could go the Ms Marvel route.

They were completely different cotumes to previous figures, yes. But Hasbro could have made the Velocity Suit by simply painting over the Sunfire bodymold, not unlike how they did the Advanced Suit, which should have had a whole lot of texturing as well. Like I mentioned, video game Miles is also taller and muscular than the body mold used for his comic version's figure, so I trust Hasbro would know that reusing that mold would be much much blatantly lazier than what they did for the video game Ms. Marvel.

leokearon - 2020-06-14 @ 6:51 am
11 hours ago, ADour said:

The fact that the Velocity and Spider-Armor MK III figures Hasbro did were in brand-new molds gives me hopes that they'd do a Miles figure justice. Plus, Miles is taller and a bit more muscular in this game, reusing the Miles mold that we have would be beyond ludicrous.

And I also hope for an Advanced Suit redo with brand new sculpt.

Ture, but they were completely different costumes to previous figures. PS5 Miles is just wearing the same costume his previous toy had; so Hasbro could go the Ms Marvel route.

ADour - 2020-06-13 @ 7:13 pm

The fact that the Velocity and Spider-Armor MK III figures Hasbro did were in brand-new molds gives me hopes that they'd do a Miles figure justice. Plus, Miles is taller and a bit more muscular in this game, reusing the Miles mold that we have would be beyond ludicrous.

And I also hope for an Advanced Suit redo with brand new sculpt.

leokearon - 2020-06-13 @ 4:39 pm
6 hours ago, JayC said:

I am not saying I would be surprised either but how would it really be different from the one we already have?

A new unmasked head maybe. If they really want to go out they could update the mold and maybe add texturing. On the other hand as shown with MS marvel, Hasbro aren't shy of doing lazy re-releases 

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