Two years ago, 7th September 2018, Insomniac Games released Marvel’s Spider-Man, published by Sony Interactive Entertainment exclusively for Playstation 4, an interesting action-adventure game with some glimpse of open-world to it.
And on the 16th of September 2020, Insomniac Games gave us a sneak peek gameplay demo of Marvel’s Spider-Man prequel, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, its events happening a year after the first game. The game will be released on the same day the Playstation 5 will be launched and from the demo, it’s going to be a pretty interesting game.
The demo starts with Miles Morales going into their house through his bedroom window and then comes out minutes later to meet his friend.
Alot has changed since the last Spider-Man game with Spider-Man: Miles Morales having more people in the open and the environs of the game. Moreover its third person appearance is more satisfying and appealing compared to the previous game. It is also more lively since its NPCs interact more with each other giving it a more realistic outlook.
From Brian Horton; Creative Director Insomniac Games;
Our story picks up one year after the events of the first game and we find Miles’ new home, Harlem is in danger, trouble brews while Miles’ mom, Rio Morales leads an election rally. A war between the devious energy corporation; Roxanne and the Underground; a high tech criminal army led by the Tinkerer starts to break out.
From the demo, the two rival groups attack each other during Rio Morales’ rally sparking chaos and mayhem. The Underground tries to steal Roxanne’s experimental energy source new form.
Miles as the spider-man intervenes amidst the chaos and that’s where the fight starts. Compared to the previous spider-man, Miles has a different primary suit with different powers and upgrades that give him an upper hand in battle. His spider sense and reflexes are also point as everyone expects spider-man to be. A new interesting feature from his suit is his ability to become invisible for a short period of time.
The gameplay also gives us a glimpse of Miles Morales’ (spider-man) strength as he is able to counter a lot of enemies from both Underground and Roxanne’s side. He is also shown stopping a bus from falling into the ocean and partially joining two parts of a bridge using his webs allowing people to cross before it collapses. What an awesome game Spider-Man: Miles Morales is going to be.
With the launch of a new console, Playstation 5, gamers will enjoy it even more thanks to nextgen console features.