Spider-Man: Miles Morales PS5 File Sizes, Pre-Order Details Revealed
Poised as a perspective-shifting follow-up to Insomniac Games’ 2018 title, Spider-Man: Miles Morales is preparing to grace the PlayStation 5 with a heroic new adventure as well as a myriad of dazzling next-gen upgrades. As one might expect, such a quality-driven title is likely to take up quite a bit more storage space aboard the console, but exactly how much has been a mystery. According to new store entries on the PlayStation website, the projected file size for Spider-Man: Miles Morales has now been unveiled alongside a number of bonus items players can expect when pre-ordering.
As per the listing‘s fine print, the Launch Edition for Spidey title is expected to be at least 50 GB, with that number likely to change as content updates and patches are added over time. Fans who spring for the Ultimate Launch Edition are in for an even more considerable size, with at least 105 GB set to dedicated to the PS5’s SSD. Of course, this bigger figure is to be expected considering the premium edition not only contains Miles Morales, but also a remastered version of Insomniac’s first Spider-Man game. For comparison’s sake, the 2018 title’s Game of the Year Edition currently amounts to nearly 54 GB on the PS4.
In addition to setting the storage forecast for the PS5, Sony also revealed the goodies that will be available for those who pre-order Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Each listing mentions early unlocks of the Gravity Well Gadget, extra character skill points, as well as the availability of two alternate Spidey suits. As per Target (H/T GamesRadar), the first costume is the Time Response Activated Circuit Kinetic Suit, or “T.R.A.C.K. Suit,” designed by Marvel Comics artist Javier Garrón. The second pre-order suit is being left a mystery, with it likely to be announced at a later date.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Launch edition:
– Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales
– Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered*
– T.R.A.C.K. Suit*
– Second Spidey Suit – TBA*
– Gravity Well Gadget*
— Spider-Man Shots ? (@SpiderManShots) September 17, 2020
While both editions of the game include the same pre-order content, the main difference between each is the availability of Spider-Man Remastered, which is only included with the Ultimate Launch Edition for PlayStation 5. More than just a port, the updated game is confirmed to include all add-on DLC from the Game of the Year Edition and will introduce three all-new Spidey suits, additional Trophies, as well as a number of visual flourishes and enhancements offered by the PS5.
Though Spider-Man: Miles Morales also confirmed to release for the PS4, file size and pre-order details regarding this version are currently unknown. While the offering is expected to see a significant downgrade when compared to the PS5 (no ray-traced puddles), the new adventure is likely to be of similar quality to the 2018 Spider-Man game, which still represents a visual and gameplay marvel (pun intended) that would be tough to match even for next-gen platforms.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales will release for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on November 12th.
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