Spider-Man: Miles Morales Teaser Shows Off A New Costume For New York's Newest Hero
Insomniac Games has provided a sneak peek at the ultimate Spider-Man tag-team.
Marvel's Spider-Man developer Insomniac has uploaded a new teaser for its upcoming PS4 and PS5 game Miles Morales: Spider-Man. In the sneak peek, which highlights sections from the game's in-universe newspaper The Daily Bugle, Miles has already made a public appearance as the latest Spider-Man, although his first few outings have shown off his inexperience.
"When Spidey's partner first descended, the new Wall-Crawler's webs were messy, his one-liners were cheesy, and his swinging wasn't that graceful," the one entry reads. "Since then, he's been seen training on rooftops and in alleys all across town with his mentor."
That line and a quick teaser video suggest that the original Spider-Man will still have a large part to play in Miles' crime-fighting career. The video also showed off an alternative costume for Miles, in which his trademark black spider-suit is covered up by a hoodie and baggy shorts, similar to the outfit he wore in the animated film Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse.
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A preorder bonus costume known as the TRACK suit will also be available for Miles and was designed by artist Javiar Garron. To find out more about how Miles becomes New York's latest web-slinging hero, fans will be able to read up on events that occur just before the expansion in the $16 novel Spider-Man: Miles Morales - Wings of Fury that sees the young hero take on the Vulture and Starling. A $40 artbook titled Spider-Man: Miles Morales - The Art of the Game will also include concept art, renders, and commentary from Insomniac Games.
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