SpiderMan Miles Morales

Spider-Man Miles Morales Loads in Seven Seconds on PS5

As revealed on a leaked PS5 video, Spider-Man Miles Morales will load in just seven seconds, the user started the game directly from the home screen of the console, the super-fast SSD after starting the game, the console loads the save file and the whole level in under two seconds, confirming that the next-gen console could potentially eliminate loading screens.

Check the leaked video down below:


Revealed at the future of PlayStation, SpiderMan Miles Morales is one of the launch titles of the PS5, the development team has confirmed that the next-gen game will feature “near-instantaneous fast-travel across Marvel’s New York City” and “highly-detailed character models and enhanced visuals.” Sony promises that the game will be a “showpiece for the PlayStation 5”

We are taking advantage of the next-generation in many more ways as well for the PS5.  From the silky smooth targeted 60fps frame rate Performance Mode, to feeling the bio-electric venom energy course through your fingertips via the haptic feedback of the DualSense controller, to hearing Marvel’s New York surround you in lush 3D audio, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be a showpiece for the PlayStation 5.

Insomniac Games’ sequel to the 2018 critically awarded game takes the perspective of Jefferson Davis’ son, Miles. In the reveal trailer, Peter told Miles to follow in his father’s footsteps. Towards the end of the previous Spiderman game, we see Miles getting bitten by a radioactive spider, similar to the one that bit Peter to give him his superhuman abilities.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales will also launch on PS4 and PS4 Pro, the game features a next-gen upgrade path, this means that once the game is purchased it can be transferred to PS5 at any time for free. Sony promises that the game will still look great on current-gen hardware.

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