Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is available for pre-order

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Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales release date is November 12. It will be available on both PS4 and highly anticipated PS5. Miles Morales will be considered a PS5 launch title.

The game storyline follows Miles Morales, one year later after the events of Isomiancs Games’ Marvel’s Spider-Man.

Miles Morales Title Card
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Miles Morales has found a new home in Harlem, New York. Morales finds himself in the middle of a war between an evil energy corporation known as Roxxon and a new faction known as “The Underground,” a criminal army led by the supervillain called The Tinkerer.

Many are wonder about the fighting style of Morales for the game. Not to worry, Spidey fans! The fighting mechanics and the gameplay will look similar to its predecessor, with lots of swinging through the city.

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Although it’s not a full-on sequel, Miles Morales stand-alone debut will bigger than you’d expect. That’s where the $49.99 price tag comes in for the standard edition.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales comes in two editions and right now the pre-order wars have begun. Here is everything you need to know when deciding to pre-order.

Miles Morales: Standard Edition
The Standard Edition will consist of just the Miles Morales game. It was speculated that if anyone buys the PS4 version of Miles Morales, they will get a free PS5 upgrade if that person purchases a console in the Future. But Polygon reported that is not the case.

Spider-Man: Mile Morales Ultimate Edition

There is a difference between the Ultimate edition and the Standard edition. Morales Ultimate Edition will include the PS4 (Technically PS5 now) Spider-Man game. According to Playstation, it will be remastered. The price for this edition is starting at $69.99, with 105GB needed for hard drive space.

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