Here's How Long Spider-Man: Miles Morales Takes To Beat

Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a few hours shorter than the main Spider-Man game.

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With Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales hitting PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on November 12, players may be curious about its length. It turns out the game is shorter than Marvel's Spider-Man.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales' main quest can be beaten in roughly 11 hours, while completionists will be playing for approximately 15 hours to do and see everything in the game. By comparison, the base Spider-Man game takes about 20 hours to complete the campaign.

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Players can expect a familiar gameplay loop in Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales. You will swing around New York City as Miles, stopping crimes, gathering collectibles, unlocking suits, and clearing side missions to expand the story. There are fewer of those typical open-world activities but still enough for players to get lost in Miles Morales' side of the Spider-Man story.

In other Spider-Man: Miles Morales news, it has been revealed that the latest Spidey suit comes from Into the Spider-Verse, which you can check out above. It will recreate the look and feel of the 2018 film, emulating the choppy 12fps animation style. This is the third announced suit for Spider-Man: Miles Morales, following the reveals of the TRACK suit designed by artist Javier Garron and the Crimson Cowl suit that gives Miles a pretty fashionable hoodie.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a PlayStation 5 launch title. Check out our Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales preorder guide to learn about the bonuses and editions available for buying the game ahead of release day. And hit up our PlayStation 5 preorder guide to find out how to get the next-gen console on or around launch day. Don't worry about starting on current-gen either: Developer Insomniac Games confirmed PS4 saves will transfer to PS5.

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