Sony Reveals ‘Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ Box Art For PlayStation 5

Marvel Spider-Man Miles Morales PlayStation 5 Insomniac Games

Sony has unveiled the official box art for the upcoming PlayStation 5 game Spider-Man: Miles Morales.

This morning, Sony Pictures revealed the official box style of the highly-anticipated PlayStation 5 with a first look at the cover art for Spider-Man: Miles Morales. The artwork shows Miles swinging into action in full costume, with energy crackling around his right fist.

You can check out the Miles Morales PlayStation 5 box art below.

Created by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli, Miles Morales was introduced in 2011’s Ultimate Fallout #4. In the Spider-Man PS4 game by Insomniac, Miles was revealed to have similar powers to that of the Peter Parker, the original wall-crawler. The game ended with Peter agreeing to train Miles in crime-fighting, with fans getting a glimpse at the storyline in the The City that Never Sleeps DLC.

Here is the official description for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales:

The latest adventure in the Spider-Man universe will build on and expand Marvel’s Spider-Man through an all-new story. Players will experience the rise of Miles Morales as he masters new powers to become his own Spider-Man. With PS5’s ultra-fast SSD, players can near-instantaneously fast-travel across Marvel’s New York City, or feel the tension of each one of Miles’s web-swings, punches, web shots, and venom blasts with the DualSense wireless controller’s haptic feedback. Highly-detailed character models and enhanced visuals across the game intensify the story of Miles Morales as he faces great, new challenges while learning to be his own Spider-Man.

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be available this Holiday season exclusively on PlayStation 5. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news from Insomniac Games and make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more content in the future!

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