Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales Is a Standalone Game


From the look of things last night, Spider-Man: Miles Morales is that game.

In response, Insomniac's James Stevenson issued his own brief statement on Twitter that clarified the status of Miles Morales as a standalone game.

You can read the clarification below.

Building on the success of the critically-acclaimed Marvel's Spider-Man (PS4), this is quite possibly one of the most exciting titles of the lot. We'll have to see if "standalone game" indicates something similar to Uncharted: The Lost legacy or inFamous: First Light as it's likely. While it likely uses most of the map from the original title, it's still a very respectable feat.

Amid the excitement surrounding Spider-Man: Miles Morales' debut trailer was a noted air of confusion.

During Sony's PlayStation 5 reveal event, one of the biggest surprises was the announcement of Spider-Man: Miles Morales.

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In Rutter's statements, he said, "I guess you could call it an expansion and an enhancement to the previous game".

The release date for Spider-Man Miles Morales on PS5 is Holiday 2020.

Insomniac nows seems to be trying to set the record straight, although without further details it's hard to know exactly what is meant by a "standalone game". In an ideal world, fans would get the Spider-Man PS5 upgrade for free, but only have to pay an additional fee to score Spider-Man: Miles Morales.

Though light on content, the trailer shows the developers did their homework in making Miles feel like his own Spider-Man and not a Peter Parker clone. That's not to say that getting an expansion for the Spider-Man game starring Miles Morales is entirely unexciting, but the fact that this isn't a full sequel is a bummer.

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