Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales got its first gameplay reveal during the recent PS5 event, and if you’re sold on what you saw, then you can preorder the game now. It’s coming to PS5 and PS4 on November 12, alongside the PS5 itself. And if you missed out on the first game, or just want a remastered version of it on your brand-spankin’ new next-gen console, then you’ll be happy to know that it’s included with the Ultimate edition.
As the name suggest, the upcoming Spider-Man game follows the wall-crawling exploits of Miles Morales as he takes on the Tinkerer and their army of cyber-looking cronies. The gameplay demo we saw today showed some bad guys crashing Miles’ mother’s election rally, forcing him to suit up as Spidey and take them on. We also saw gameplay of Miles fighting off the baddies on a bridge and, soon after, saving a number of citizens from the falling debris. The $50 standard edition comes with the base Spider-Man: Miles Morales game.
As for its Ultimate edition, it costs $70 and is exclusive to the PS5. This is because it includes a PS5 remaster of the original Marvel’s Spider-Man. Developer Insomniac says that players can expect to see “improved skin, eyes, hair, and facial animation” as well as ray-traced reflections, ambient shadows, and improved lighting–more pedestrians and vehicles are also said to be present in the remaster. And if you prefer performance over visuals, Spider-Man: Remastered has the same 60 FPS mode as the Miles Morales game. Insomniac also teased three new Spider-Man suits for the original game as well as new photo mode features and a trophies.
The standard edition of Spider-Man: Miles Morales comes with the base game. It’s available for both PS4 and PS5, and the PS4 version is eligible for a free next-gen upgrade if you decide to pick up the PS5 at a future date.
The Ultimate edition of Spider-Man: Miles Morales is only available on the PS5 and comes with a voucher code for Spider-Man Remastered. This is an updated version of the original game that includes updated assets, several improvements, and the three DLC packs that make up the Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps arc.
Preorders have not yet gone live for Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate edition