During the PlayStation 5 presentation to the world, one of the games that caught the most attention was Spider-Man: Miles Morales. The title marks Miles Morales’ debut as Spider-Man in the Marvel gaming space and promises to expand the success formula seen in Marvel’s Spider-Man.
However, many doubts started surfacing regarding the nature of the new title: Is Miles Morales a continuation or an expansion? Therefore, Insomniac Games, the developer behind the game, came to the public to clarify that the new game would work in a similar way to Uncharted: Lost Legacy, being a smaller game in the franchise, but standalone.
Now, an interesting news is released by Game Informer magazine in a publication about Insomniac’s new production (see below). Despite its “independent” nature, Spider-Man: Miles Morales is expected to hit the market in a package with the remastered version of the original PS4 game. No further details have been revealed, so it remains to be seen whether the title can be purchased separately.
Currently, the information is scarce about the game, with a small teaser of the story being one of them. Miles Morales’ events take place after the original game, during Christmas, in which an energy corporation and an army of criminals clash, with the new hero’s home in the middle of the war.
It has also been confirmed that the title will arrive on PlayStation 5 with an optional Ultra HD 60FPS mode, indicating that a mode geared towards image quality, possibly using Ray Tracing, should be shipped.