While the event officially started with GTA 5, Spider-Man Miles Morales was another early banger that wowed Sony fans.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales is now set to be released in the holiday season of 2020.
Contrary to recent remarks by one of Sony's executives calling it an expansion, Insomniac Games says Spider-Man Miles Morales is a new standalone game. How excited are you guys to pick up Spider-Man: Miles Morales this Christmas?
There's a lot of excitement surrounding the launch of the PlayStation 5, and while we'll have more details on that for you a little later, we have to talk about the announcement which kicked the online event off. In response to a user asking whether it is a remaster, Insomniac Games reiterated, "It is a standalone game". We can't wait to see him take the lead role in his own adventure - and of course, we're looking forward to checking back in with Peter Parker, Mary Jane, and the rest of the gang too. 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. He also said, "There's a substantial Miles Morales component-which is the expansion element..."
"Players will experience the rise of Miles Morales as he masters new powers to become his own Spider-Man".
PlayStation's first raft of gameplay trailers for the late 2020 PS5 might not match the new console's Ultra HD 4K specification, but they still herald a new era of gaming via "Spider-Man: Miles Morales", "Horizon Forbidden West" and a game about being a lost cat.
The reason that this entire saga has been so hysterical is that Sony could have put it to rest at any point and chose not to.
At last, though, the mystery surrounding how the PS5 will look as the device that'll be gracing living rooms everywhere is no more: Sony finally shared its first look at its sleek new hardware, and it's a futuristic departure from anything that's come before. He now resides in NY writing for BGR.
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