Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales PS5 Trailer Discussed By Insomniac (VIDEO)
Prior to this past week, a follow-up to Insomniac Games’ widely-acclaimed Spider-Man title had been all-but-confirmed for months, with speculation about the game’s plot, characters, and gameplay circulating forums across the internet. Of course, fans were finally treated to a proper announcement at Sony’s recent PS5 showcase, which not only saw the reveal of the console itself but one of the flagship titles planned to debut alongside the next-gen hardware: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
While the big reveal was a decidedly short one, it nonetheless proved to be monumental by confirming a new Spider-Man game from Insomniac, revealing Miles Morales as the protagonist, and boasting incredible next-gen technology for the hero’s exciting new outing. A new developer video (H/T Prima Games) has now dug a bit deeper into the reveal of Spider-Man: Miles Morales, discussing the studio’s intent to deliver a “brand new Spider-Man” experience, and the technology involved with bringing the superhero adventure to life.
Seen in the video above, Insomniac describes the differences players will experience as Miles Morales, recalling the new Spider-Man’s relative inexperience with hero work, and an array of new abilities such as bioelectric shock and invisibility. Also discussed was the innovative technology available through the PS5, touting a “fully seamless” gameplay experience, interactive DualSense features like haptic feedback, and significant visual upgrades such as ray-traced reflections.
As the game is slated to arrive in Holiday 2020, only a few months remain before Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales will release for the PS5. The prospect of a huge AAA title releasing so soon has proven to be confusing following the game’s initial showcase, with many – even among Sony’s ranks – believing Miles Morales to be an expansion to Spider-Man PS4 rather than a full adventure for the PlayStation 5. Over the last week, Insomniac has repeatedly corrected this belief, releasing a statement on the matter, replying to fans on Twitter, and noticeably emphasizing the title as a “standalone game.”
— Insomniac Games (@insomniacgames) June 17, 2020
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